Pakistan Independence Movement Through Ages

The first brick in the foundation of Pakistan was laid in 712 A.D. when Mohammad Bin
Qasim anchored at Debal Port (now known as Karachi), freed the Muslim women and
children from the prisons of Raja Dahir and constructed the first mosque in the town.
Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the Founder of Pakistan, acclaimed the event-
"The Pakistan Movement started when the first Muslim put his foot on the soil
of Sindh, the Gateway of Islam in India."
Pakistan Movement is synonymous with the very spirit of Islam. The War of
Independence in 1857 was an open manifestation of the Muslim spirit of revolt against
the domination of the British Government and its stooges in India. Frustration and lack of
direction, however, pervaded the ranks of Muslims after the unfortunate failure in the
War. At this critical juncture emerged Sir Syed Ahmed Khan who served as a beacon of
light for the Muslim Nation in distress and disarray.

Submitted By: Faisal Ansari - Sukkur
Sukkur Institute of Business Administration
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

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