Quaid’s vi­sion sole so­lu­tion to na­tional is­sues

The Pak Banker - - National - Staff Re­porter

IS­LAM­ABAD: Pak­istan can be put well on track of pros­per­ity and its grandeur can be en­riched if we, as nation abide by the teach­ings of its founder Quaid-e-Azam Muham­mad Ali Jin­nah, says a great vol­un­teer of Pak­istan Move­ment.

Ab­dul Wadoos Ji­lani, a great vol­un­teer of Pak­istan Move­ment said on Sun­day said Quaid strug­gled to es­tab­lish a demo­cratic and so­cial wel­fare state based on Is­lamic ide­ol­ogy where there is eq­ui­table dis­tri­bu­tion of wealth. The coun­try can stay on path of progress and pros­per­ity by fol­low­ing the vi­sion of Quaid-e-Azam.

When asked why Quaid-eAzam suc­ceeded in carv­ing a new state for Mus­lims, he said, "Be­cause the nation trusted that this man will guide them to the right path."

Qazi Ab­dul Wadood, who lives in Is­lam­abad, worked as a vol­un­teer dur­ing Pak­istan move­ment. His tale of mi­gra­tion is heart wrench­ing, woe­ful and tragic.

From 1936 to 1942, Qazi Wadood was present in ev­ery sem­i­nar and con­fer­ence re­gard­ing in­de­pen­dence move­ment and he got op­por­tu­nity to stay closer to Quaid e Azam Mo­ham­mad Ali Jin­nah and other sea­soned lead­ers.

Ji­lani said that he lost 18 mem­bers of his fam­ily in the hor­rific train blood­bath one month af­ter the cre­ation of Pak­istan.

The day was Septem­ber 22, 1947 when a train from Delhi left for La­hore. Hindu and Sikh fa­nat­ics stopped the train at Biyas rail­way sta­tion in East Pun­jab and in­dulged in the most ugli­est of crimes against hu­man­ity.

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