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14 August 1947 Independent Day History of Pakistan

August 14, 1947 History of Pakistan. The dawn of an independent dawn at 12 o’clock on the night of August 13-14, 1947.

From 1857 to 1947, a history unparalleled in the world was created on this peninsula. In The Story of Pakistan, you will learn how Muslims changed the world map in just 90 years.

Who were the Muslim Leaders who played a nuclear role in this immortal story? And you will get acquainted with small but vital stories that have not been heard before.

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You will learn all this in this article. However, the seventh special article will be based solely on Kashmir. Because the story of Pakistan cannot be completed without the story of Kashmir, because Pakistan cannot be completed without Kashmir. The question is when and where the story of Pakistan began and what important characters are part of it. I believe that the story of Pakistan began in 1857.

The two most important characters in this period of the story were Bahadur Shah Zafar and Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. But before I go any further, I will tell you something very tragic that is part of this story. The last Mughal emperor, captured by the East India Company, was brought to the breakfast table the next day. And the night before, when the emperor brought a plate in front of him, Bahadur Shah Zafar shouted after looking at the tray. And similar shouts were heard from every street in India.

What was on that tray, and why a few years later the Muslims of the Sub-continent would separate a fistful of flour while cooking. What was the purpose of this flour? You will learn all this at the end of the article. After 1857, the British government seized public control over India. The revolt against the British began in the army. All the rebels were killed. Those hanged and those who tried to escape were shot immediately without any military trial.

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When someone told them that he was attracted to this or that person, the ropes and feathers were cut. There are paintings from that period that show that there is not a single place where the bodies have not been found. This barbaric demonstration was done to intimidate the British government so that people would never speak against the government again. Now we know how cruel the British Raj was. Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan felt why he had to do something for his Muslim brothers. If Sir Seyyed Ahmad Khan had not worked for all that he did, there would be no Pakistan today.

At the same time, Sir Seyid Ahmad Khan became a light tower for Muslims. The British were required to give Muslims jobs and representation in government. Otherwise, they will cause another revolt. They will not be loyal to you. Give them your due and protect justice. There is no notion that Muslims have been wronged politically and economically before. Or they don’t even realize that they are not considered parity in a society. We needed such a thought and vision to say that, and it was he who gave us that thought.

Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan wrote a magazine called Asbab-e-Baghawat-e-Hind.

He thought that Muslims were completely excluded from the power structure. And if a Muslim is not in the power structure, he will be left behind. And the Hindu is moving forward. He said it was impossible without education. Created a campaign; Mohammad founded the Education Conference. He said Muslims in every corner of India needed to set up and receive education in order to thrive. I have always wondered why the All India Congress was founded in 1885, but then why did Sir Seyid stop Muslims from participating in politics.

I now understand why Sir Syed did not want Muslims to enter politics. Because he wanted them to learn the rules of the game. The English name O.H Hume, founded the Congress. When he founded the party, Sir Seyid Ahmad Khan told Muslims not to join the party. The Indian National Congress is not trying to solve the problems of the entire subcontinent. And then Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan said that Muslims should dedicate themselves completely to education, instead of participating in politics. He founded the Muslim Scientific Society. The reason for this was the translation of Western scientific research into Urdu for Muslims. The party was founded in 1906, but had a long way to go.

The main idea of ​​the whole movement was to understand how to secure and restore the identities of Muslims and to put an end to their subordination, to understand all this and to break out of your isolation. The partition of Bengal was a decisive factor for Muslims to understand that the congress was not sincere for Indian Muslims. We’ll talk about that in the next article, and we’ll tell you who the Bee But is. How the British Crown deceived Subcontinental Muslims after the First World War. And who was the teenager who joined the All India Muslim League?

But before we leave, let’s move on to the story hidden inside the main story I told at the beginning of the article.

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When Bahadur Shah Zafar was arrested, he had three princes with him. And in the morning, the heads of the princes and princes were presented on a tray covered with clothes similar to the ones they had served breakfast to the British on the board. Just to hurt the emperor. For 5-6 months, the emperor was accused of betraying the “owner of the country” to the country and its people. As a result, he was sentenced to life imprisonment and exiled.?

When a madrassa was built on Gazi Day, funds were needed for this. He told allied leaders that Muslim families had no money to donate. While cooking three meals a day, he suggested that the women in the house take a punch of flour daily. And every month, Sir Seyid Ahmad Khan himself would go to every house to collect this flour. We see that he will collect the flour and then sell it to buy the money and spend it on school expenses.

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