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Speech from Radio Pakistan,Lahore,30 October, 1947.
Never forget our motto “Unity, Discipline and Faith”
TEACHINGS OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH)
Broadcast Talk to the People of Australia, 19 February, 1948.
We follow the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (may peace be upon him). We are members of the brotherhood of Islam in which all are equal in right, dignity and self-respect. Consequently we have a special and very deep sense of unity.
WE ARE NOW ALL PAKISTANIS
Reply to the Civic Address Presented by the Quetta Municipality,15 June, 1948.
We are now all Pakistanis, not Balochis, Pathans, Sindhis, Bengalis, Punjabis and so on and as Pakistanis we must feel, behave and act, and we should be proud to be known as Pakistanis and nothing else.
TO MAKE PAKISTAN PROSPEROUS
Presidential Address to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan,11 August, 1947
If we want to make this great State of Pakistan happy and prosperous we should wholly and solely concentrate on the well being of the people and especially of the masses and the poor.
BROTHERHOOD, EQUALITY AND FRATERNITY OF MAN
Address to Public Reception,Chittagong, 26 March, 1948
Brotherhood, equality and fraternity of man—these are all the basic points of our religion, culture and civilization. And we fought for Pakistan because there was a danger of denial of these human rights in this sub-continent.
ISLAM STANDS FOR JUSTICE
Address at The Muslim University Union, Aligarh,2 November, 1941.
Islam stands for justice, equality, fair play, toleration and even generosity to non-Muslims who may be under our protection. They are like brothers to us and would be the citizens of the State.
Speech at Kingsway Hall, London, 13 December, 1946
Democracy is in the blood of Musalmans who look upon complete equality of manhood, Musalmans believe in fraternity, equality and liberty.
Presidential Address to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan 11 August, 1947.
You are free to go to your temples, you are free to go to your mosques or to any other place of worship in this state of Pakistan. You may belong to any religion or caste or creed, that has nothing to do with the business of State.
Address at Edwards College, Peshawar 18 April, 1948.
This is your government. It is quite different from its predecessors. Therefore, appreciate when a good thing is done. Certainly criticize fearlessly, when a wrong thing is done. I welcome criticism, but it must be honest and constructive.
FEUDALISM AND CAPITALISM
Presidential Address Delivered at the Thirtieth Session of All-India Muslim Leauge, 24 April, 1943.
There are millions and millions of our people who hardly get one meal a day. Is this civilization? Is this the aim of Pakistan? Do you visualize that millions have been exploited and cannot get one meal a day! If that is the idea of Pakistan. I would not have it.
ADVICE TO STUDENTS
Reply to the Address Presented by Islamia College Students, Peshawar,12 April, 1948.
Develop a sound sense of discipline, character, initiative and a solid academic background. You must devote yourself wholeheartedly to your studies, for that is your first obligation to yourselves, your parents and to the State. You must learn to obey, for only then you can learn to command.
Address to Civil, Military and Air Force Officers, 11 October, 1947.
God has given us a grand opportunity to show our worth as architects of a new State; let it not be said that we did not prove equal to the task.
Speech from Radio Pakistan, Lahore 30 October 1947
Work, work and work and we are bound to success.
Radio Broadcast, Dacca, 28 March 1948
If we begin to think of ourselves as Punjabis, Sindhis, etc. first and Muslims and Pakistanis incidentally, then Pakistan is bound to disintegrate. Do not think that this is some abstruse proposition: our enemies are fully alive to its possibilities which I must warn you that they are already busy exploiting.
GIVE UP PROVINCIALISM
Public Address,Dacca 21 March 1948.
If you build up yourself into a nation···. Give up this provincialism. Provincialism has been one of the curses; and so is sectionalism— Shia, Sunni, etc.
OUR DUTY TO THE STATE COMES FIRST
Speech at Islamia College, Peshawar, 12 April, 1948.
Our duty to the State comes first; our duty to our province to our district, to our town and to our village and ourselves comes next.
Talk with Journalists of Kashmir, 23 May, 1944.
The Press is great power and it can do good as well as harm. If rightly conducted, it can guide and instruct public opinion.