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, لاھور ۾ آل انڊيا مسلم ليگ جي ورڪنگ ڪاميٽي جي اجلاس وقت نڪتل مسلمان اڳواڻن جي تصوير

لاهور ٺھراءُ: قرارداد لاھور:(انگريزي: Lahore Resolution) مشھور ٺھراء جيڪو آل انڊيا مسلم ليگ جي جي ٽن ڏينھن واري اجلاس ۾ پيش ڪيو ويو جيڪو لاھور ۾ 22 مارچ کان 24 مارچ 1940 ۾ منعقد ٿيو ھيو. جيڪو سر محمد ظفرالله خان لکيو.[1][2][3] ۽ بينگال جي وزيراعلي اي ڪي فضل الحق پيش ڪيو. ان ٺھراء ۾ خودمختيار رياستن جو مطالبو ڪيو ويو جنھن جو متن ھيٺين ريت ھيو:


That geographically contiguous units are demarcated regions which should be constituted, with such territorial readjustments as may be necessary that the areas in which the Muslims are numerically in a majority as in the North Western and Eastern Zones of (British) India should be grouped to constitute ‘independent states’ in which the constituent units should be autonomous and sovereign.

پاڪستان نالو 1933 ۾ ڪيمبرج يونيورسٽي۾ گريجوئيشن جي شاگرد چوڌري رحمت علي پاڪستان جي پڌرنامي واري پمفليٽ جنھن جو عنوان ھيو " ھاڻي يا ڪڏھن بہ نہ " ۾ تچويز ڪيو ھيو [4] پر 1940 واري ٺھراء ۾ اڃان ان نالي جو استعمال ڪانہ ٿيو ھيو. ان اجلاس م محمد علي جناح مسلمانن لاء الڳ وطن جي قيام لاءِ جدوجھد جو اعلان ڪيو. [5]

حوالا[سنواريو]

  1. Korejo, M S (1993). The Frontier Gandhi: His Place in History. Oxford University Press. p. 152. ISBN 0195774612. https://books.google.com/books/about/The_Frontier_Gandhi.html?id=JGduAAAAMAAJ. 
  2. Dockter, Warren (2015). Churchill and the Islamic World: Orientalism, Empire and Diplomacy in the Middle East. I. B. Tauris (1818). p. 240. ISBN 1780768184. https://books.google.com/books?id=SWd_DQAAQBAJ&pg=PA240. 
  3. "The Case of Sindh - G.M. Syed’s deposition in court (Part 4)". GMSyed.org. Naeen Sindh Academy. حاصل ڪيل 20 July 2018. 
  4. Choudhary Rahmat Ali, (1933), Now or Never; Are We to Live or Perish Forever?, pamphlet, published 28 January. (Rehmat Ali at the time was an undergraduate at the University of Cambridge)
  5. Stanley Wolpert (1984). Jinnah of Pakistan. Oxford University Press. p. 182. ISBN 978-0-19-503412-7. "Jinnah's Lahore address lowered the final curtain on any prospects for a single united independent India ... once his mind was made up he never reverted to any earlier position ... The ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity had totally transformed himself into Pakistan's great leader. All that remained was for his party first, then his inchoate nation, and then his British allies to agree to the formula he had resolved upon."