“Hindus have never accepted Pakistan since its creation”: Majid Nizami

February 11th, 2011 - 7:08 pm ICT by ANI  

Lahore, Feb 11(ANI): Hindus have never accepted Pakistan ever since its creation in 1947, and India, America and Israel want to disintegrate the country, The Nation Editor-in-Chief and Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Chairman Majid Nizami has claimed.

“Hindus have never accepted Pakistan since its creation, and the troika [India, America and Israel] wants to disintegrate the country, but we should be determined for thwarting their conspiracies and must be ready to defend God-gifted freedom,” The Nation quoted Nizami, as saying during his presidential address to the 3rd annual Nazaria-i-Pakistan Conference.

“I think many amongst us witnessed the plight of Muslims before partition and know how they were deprived of facilities by Hindus,” he claimed, adding that this reminded him to say that none of the gifts was better than freedom.

Nizami further said that although poverty and inflation were rising day-by-day and the situation in Pakistan was not ideal, yet freedom was the greatest gift that the country was enjoying.

“Had it been not gifted, the situation would have been worst than that of the present one,” he said, adding that those who did not believe in the same should go to India to see the plight of the Indian Muslims.

“We are enjoying freedom, while Pakistan has become invincible because of its nuclear capability,” Nizami said.

He also criticised a proposed journalism conference in Karachi, saying that all the editors from India were being invited from the Hindu newspapers there, and so he refused to attend it.

Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Vice-Chairman Prof Rafique Ahmad said the conference was aimed at reminding the nation that the freedom from Hindus and Britishers was secured to make Pakistan a true Islamic welfare.

The aim behind the Pakistan Movement was to attain a State where Muslims could practice Islamic principles, he added. (ANI)

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