History The history of Pakistan refers to the history of the region which separated from India on the occasion of partition India in 1947 and called the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Before partition India was ruled by the British. Earlier, the region was ruled by various local kings and numerous foreign powers.
In ancient times, the region has also been part of many of the earliest states and some of the largest civilizations of the Indian subcontinent. In the 18th century, the mainland fell into British India.
The political history of Pakistan begins with the formation of the All India Muslim League in 1906. The purpose of the formation of this party was to protect and represent the interests of Muslims living in India.On December 29, 1930, the philosopher and poet Dr. Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal presented the concept of an autonomous state for the Muslims of Southeast India.
The Muslim League started gaining popularity in the late 1930 In 1933, its name was proposed and sketched by Chaudhry Rahmat Ali Gujar, in which a map of Pakistan was drawn from different regions. The presentation of two national views and the approval of the 1940 resolution by the Muslim League paved the way for Pakistan’s formation.
The resolution demanded in Lahore that independent states comprising Muslim-majority areas of British India be established. Finally, after a successful movement under the leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, on August 14, 1947, independence from British domination was achieved and partition became operational and Pakistan emerged on the world map.
On that day, two Nafal thanks must be read on this day that we are breathing in a free homeland, a nuclear power by the grace of Almighty, which has the most fertile earth in the world. Is where all the seasons occur. The crops here are full of tastes and fruits are sweet. The people here are still boiling but are sympathetic and sad. If the politicians here are tired, what happens is the child knows the politics here. Our cricket team was deprived of playing in our country but in foreign countries our win rate was seventy percent.
The majority of our population is not so well educated, but from techno logy to atom bombs, our people are in shock all over the world. There are enemies in our neighborhoods, or in the sympathy of our enemies, but by the grace of Allah we stand in the eyes of all of us for the last 65 years and have all our teeth crooked, we are being called by US universities. I am not allowed to read NewClear Physics but we have not only acquired the NewClear Technica logie but have also transferred to a few friendly countries.
We are Pakistanis who are isolated and unique from all over the world and this is our identity.
Dear Friends Readers: On March 23, 1940, a nation passed a resolution to seek a country together. Let us once again, on March 23, 2014, all Punjabi Sindhi Baluchi Pashtun Kashmiri Pathan refugees work together to prove that this country is a nation. Give up