Pakistan has been made after a lot of struggle by our great leader and founder Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. On Independence Day, the entire nation also pays homage to those who have sacrificed their lives in order to attain their homeland.
Let me give you a brief insight into the history of Pakistan. As we all know that people were living happily in the sub-continent. However, it was not long lasting, the very moment they welcomed British raj was the moment of their destruction.
From 1849 to 1947, a lot of efforts and struggles were put on by our brave soldiers to attain their homeland, Pakistan. The war of 1857 further urged upon the need for separation of the sub-continent as Hindus were playing with the lives of the innocent Muslims.
Prominent Muslim Leaders
Different scholars including Sachal Sar Mast, Illama Muhammad Iqbal, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Syed Ameer Ali And Quid-e-Azam came up to support Muslims and their efforts are actually worth remembering in the entire history of Pakistan.
All India Muslim League
The National Congress was formed in 1885. At first, our great leader Quaid-e-Azam thought it to be the well-wisher of the Muslim community as well. However, later on, he discovered that this was only working for the rights of the Hindus. At that moment, he felt a dire need to make an organization of Muslims as well which will be protecting the rights of Muslims. Keeping in mind this, he has formed All India Muslim League on December 1906.
Two Nation Theory
Muslims living in Sub-Continent was facing a lot of problems at the hands of Hindu Community. There came two Nation Theory which clearly described that Hindu and Muslims are two separate nations and cannot live together.
After a lot of struggles, Pakistan Resolution was passed in 1940 in Lahore. After that with the efforts of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Pakistan came into being on 14th August 1947. Muslims took a sigh of relief as were able to enjoy a free and separate homeland for themselves where they can live happily according to the teachings of Islam.