Quaid’s vision sole solution to national issues
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.