The Lahore Pakistan Resolution was indeed a landmark in the history for the Muslims of the sub-continent. Before this, the Muslims of sub-continent had no goal and no future in view and Muslim politics remained in the hands of the individuals with conflicting interests and inclinations.
As soon as Lahore Resolution was passed by the Muslim League, the Hindu press started criticising the Muslim League and declared this resolution as Pakistan Resolution. The personality of Mohammad Ali Jinnah was also criticised by the Hindus and their prominent leaders. Mohammad Ali Jinnah got nationwide popularity after Lahore Resolution, because the Muslims of India had a lot of expectations from him and he was the only source of inspiration for the Muslims.
In a Muslim League general session from March 22 to March 24, 1940, Pakistan’s founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah and other party leaders unanimously rejected the idea of united India, endorsed the Two-Nation Theory, and called for a separate Muslim homeland. The Lahore Resolution was supported by all major Muslim Leaders of the time.
Lahore resolution in pictures
Group photo of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and some of the Founding Fathers of Pakistan in Lahore, c. 1940.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah arriving at Minto Park adaptation of Lahore resolution
Quaid-e-Azam Explaining the significance of Resolution
Quaid-e-Azam with Liaquat Ali Khan and Nawab Mamdot at Lahore Session
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23 June, 2019