Allahabad Address 1930



Allama Iqbal’s Presidential Address at Allahabad
 
29 December 1930.

He was elected as the president of Allahabad Session of the All India Muslim League.

He Said "I would like to see the Punjab, North-West FrontierProvinces , Sindh and Balochistan into a single State. Self-Government within the British Empireor without the British Empire. The formation of the consolidated North-West IndianMuslimStateappears to be the final destiny of the Muslims, at least of the North-West India." 
 
So
Iqbal earned the title of "Dreamer of Pakistan" for Himself. 
 
Chaudary Rehmat Ali, born in 1879, a student at Cambridge, published a pamphlet "Now or Never" in 1933. He supported the fact that Muslims of subcontinent are a separate nation and they should have their separate homeland. He also coined the word "Pakistan" and included Kashmir. This term, Pakistan, stands for Land of Pure. Hindu Reaction:Hindus reacted against the demand of separate home land by Iqbal. An editorial in daily Partab, 
 
In Daily Inqalab,Muslims supported his ideas. And News papers like Daily Hindu and Daily hamdam supported him and propagated his message and ideas through the Subcontinent.

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