Pakistan a secular or a Islamic state
According to history England’s condition were worse than those prevailing in Pakistan. The Roman Catholics and Protestants abused each other. There were some states in which bars impose biased decisions on a particular class depending on majority; with the passage of time they faced realities of the situation and government ceased fire of arrogance between The Roman Catholics and Protestants. Today Pakistan is facing the similar crisis they have disjunction between minority and majority communities, minorities are bounded to follow the rules and regulations owned by the state which are almost according to majority. Now I think we should keep England as model and cease the disjunction between minority and majority; keep Pakistan as a whole state, because religion is the personal faith of each individual.
Our founder Quaid-e-Azam also wanted this state as a secular one he said in his Feb, 1948 debate:
“The constitution of Pakistan has not yet framed but it will be soon framed by Pakistan Constituent Assembly. I don’t know how this constitution would be, but I am giving you surety that it would be democratic type, personifying essential principles of Islam. Today, these Islamic principles are applicable as they were at the time of Prophet (P.B.U.H). Idealism of Islam taught us democracy, It taught the equality of humankind, justice and fair policy to everyone. We are the inheritors of these glorious traditions and are fully alive to our