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Pakistan was created to protect rights of Muslims

1940 Resolution had demanded separate homeland for Muslims to protect their social, political, economic, cultural, and religious & human rights.

Department of Political Science, University of Sindh organizes the national seminar on ‘Significance of Pakistan Resolution 1940’

Jamshoro, Sindh

Speakers at a seminar on Wednesday highlighted historical framework of Pakistan Resolution where Muslims of Indian Subcontinent gathered under the charismatic leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and demanded separate homeland for Muslims to protect their social, political, economic, cultural, and religious & human rights.

SU-Seminar-Sindh-Courier-4Department of Political Science, University of Sindh had organized the national seminar on “Significance of Pakistan Resolution 1940” at Political Science Auditorium.

SU-Seminar-Sindh-Courier-2SU-Seminar-Sindh-Courier-3The seminar was presided over by Prof. Dr. Hamadullah Kakepoto, Dean Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Sindh, while Prof. Dr. G. Akbar Mahesar, Chairman Department of Political Science, Asst. Profs. Dr. Imran Noonari, Dr. Basharat Lanjwani, Dr. Pervaiz Mahesar, Dr. Jamshaid Baloch, Lecturers, Khaleeq-ul-Zaman, Hans Raj Hans and six students (Girls & Boys each) spoke on the occasion.

SU-Seminar-Sindh-Courier-5Speakers of the seminar paid great tribute to Sindh Assembly which passed Resolution in favor of the establishment of Pakistan on 3rd March 1943.This resolution passed by Sind assembly endorsed Pakistan movement and supported Sindh’s accession to a future Muslim state Pakistan. (PR)

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