“Pakistan can never be undone” – Father of Nation Jinnah
“What we want is not talk about Bengali, Punjabi and Sindhi … yes! They are units; they are provinces … pathan … yes! But I ask you; have you forgotten the lesson that Islam taught us 13 centuries ago … and I think you will agree with me that whatever else you may be or whatever you are … you are Muslim. That you have now carved out a territory … vast territory, it is all yours … it doesn’t belong to a Bengali or a Punjabi or a Sindhi … its all yours. You have got your central govt where every unit and every provicen is represented. Therefore if you want to build up yourself into a nation and get rid of this poison; for God’s sake give up this provincialism. You are only voicing my sentiments and sentiments of millions of Mussalams when you say that Pakistan should be made on pure foundation of social justice and Islamic socialism, not other isms!
Brotherhood, equality, fraternity of man these are all basic point of our religion, culture and civilization. And we fought for Pakistan because there was danger of denial of these human rights in sub-continent. After all the story of Pakistan and its struggle and its achievements is the very story of great human ideal, struggling to service in the face of great odds and difficulties.
Let us now plan to build and reconstruct and regenerate our great nation. Now it is time, chance and opportunity for every Musalman to make his or her fullest and best contribution and make the greatest sacrifice and work ceaselessly and selflessly in the service of our nation and make Pakistan one of the greatest nations of the world. Pakistan is now fait accompli and it can never be undone”