Nation should be duty bound to work for progress, stability of country

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Our Correspondent
Multan

The Muslims of Sub Continent and their leadership had an unclear image of a separate homeland in their minds whereas passage of The Pakistan Resolution on March 23, 1940 turned into a broad day light vision.

Former VC Women University, Dr Asmat Naz talking to media on Saturday said that The Resolution infused a new spirit into struggling Muslim, which paved way for creating a new country on map of the world within sort span of seven years.

The Hindus, she informed, were shocked and perplexed at the passage of the Lahore Resolution and they and Indian press sarcastically called it “Pakistan Resolution” thinking it a dream which will never be materliazed.

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