Saturday, 28 June 2014

'Qaid-e-Azam' Jinnah

Jinnah is called 'Qaid-e-Azam', ( leader of the People) by Pakistanis, who regard him as a hero.
But what is the reality ?

It was Jinnah who relentlessly advocated the bogus two nation theory (that Hindus and Muslims are two separate nations) and the mischievous British policy of divide and rule which resulted in Partition of India in 1947 with all its horrors. (Please read Saadat Hasan Manto's stories about Partition in this connection).

It is estimated that as a result of Partition 5 lac Hindus and Muslims were killed and millions uprooted and driven out of their native places. Was he ever distressed by the terrible unhappiness which was caused as a direct result of his actions ? Not at all. All that he wanted was to satisfy his ambition to become Qaid-e-Azam and head of the fake, artificial country called Pakistan, which was the goal of the British whose loyal stooge he was, and the sole aim of creating which was to keep Hindus and Muslims fighting with each other.

Gandhiji was deeply distressed by the Partition riots, and he went to Noakhali and other places where Hindus and Muslims had been killed and tried to bring about peace. But did Jinnah ever do that ? Not at all. He remained comfortably throughout this holocaust in his home. Should such a man who caused such misery and grief to millions be respected ?

14 comments:

  1. M J Akbar writes:

    He scoffed at Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan's two-nation theory, and wrote an angry letter to The Times of India challenging the legitimacy of the famous Muslim delegation to Lord Minto on October 1, 1906, which built the separatist Muslim platform. (The Times did not print it.) He ignored the convention in Dhaka on December 30, 1906 where the Muslim League was born. Perhaps the best glimpse of Jinnah's idealism, in my view, is from the memoirs of his friends. The cool Jinnah broke down and cried thrice in public: after sitting, frozen, for five hours at the Khoja cemetery on the day his young wife, Ruttie, was buried; when he was taking the train back from Calcutta in 1928 after the failure of the talks on the (Motilal) Nehru Report; and when he visited a Hindu refugee camp in Karachi in January 1948.

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    1. Jinnah was a nationalist in the 1920s but became ardently communal later in the 1930s, and since then was the main fervent advocate of the two nation theory. Please read his speeches and letters of the 1930s, which you do not seem to have done

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  2. Link for M J Akbar's article: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/4934861.cms?

    It clearly refutes your hate-filled narrative Justice Katju.

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    1. Mr. Akbar has only stated a partial truth. The Jinnah of the 1920s was a totally different mna from the Jinnah of the 1930s. In the 1920s he was a nationalist, but in the 1930s he became the most ardent advocate of the two nation theory which caused the great calamity of Partition

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  3. Mr. Katju when Gandji ji was all the time mixing religion with politics by talking about Ram Rajya, beginning his meetings by reciting Hindu bhajans, what else was the choice left for Jinnah?

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  4. It was not that one fine day Jinnah woke up and decided to be a ardent advocate of two nation theory!

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  5. Very strange understanding and comments here. The Justice of The High Court, which court is he from?
    Singing bhajans should attract the two nation theory? Funny the comment.
    As Justice Katju mentioned Mr. Jinnah was a Nationalist later turned parochial.

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  6. Jinnah was definitely responsible for all these things happened. But he was not only to be blamed, Sardar Patel, Dr Rajendra parsad and many other names are in the same list.
    Please read "India Wins Freedom (page no. 16 nad 17)" by Abdul Kalam Azad.
    Here is the url ( http://www.apnaorg.com/books/english/india-wins-freedom/book.php?fldr=book ) ...go to the site and Go to - 30.

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  7. Frustrated Indian so called judge.I suggest that u should act in a comedy show.U don't deserve to be a judge.You don't have guts to hear criticism so you blocked me from your Facebook page.Keep it up

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  8. Really don't understand what these hindutva fascists have injected in ur burger brain.

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  9. Sir,why r u deleting my comments.U dont have guts to hear the truth,,,,,,,A pseudosecular judge from artificial state india digest.I feel pity on u sir.

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  10. Why r u deleting my comments,???U don't have any guts to hear the truth.It is rightly said that Truth is Hard to digest.Pity you Sir.This shows that a pseudosecular judge frm artificial state india is gonna tell us Wht our father was???

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