Describe the meanings and definition of the Ideology of Pakistan.

Difficulty: Hard

Meanings of the Ideology of Pakistan:

        The Muslims ruled the Sub-continent for centuries. They continued living freely according to the teachings of their religion. The establishment of British rule caused harm to the free status of Muslims and Islam. During their reign, the Muslims were oppressed. When the British rule was near its end, it was evident that the Hindu majority government will be formed in the Sub-continent. It was feared that after getting rid of the temporary slavery of the British, the Muslims will become permanent slaves of the Hindus.

Efforts of Muslim Dignities:

        Many Muslim dignitaries including Sir Syed Ahmad Khan. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (Rahmatullah) and Allama Muhammad Iqbal (Rahmatullah) started their efforts for the security of dignity and freedom of the Muslim community in the Subcontinent. As a result of these dignified personalities. Pakistan came into being.

Definition of the Ideology of Pakistan:

        If we keep the definition of the ideology in view, we can easily understand the meanings of the ideology of Pakistan.

  1. The ideology of Pakistan is the name of creating a society based on the principles of the Quran and Sunnah
  2. The ideology of Pakistan is the name of practising the principles of Islam. It is also the name of thinking to get the laboratory to test three principles.
  3. The ideology of Pakistan is the name of steps that were taken for the security of the political, social, cultural and economic values of the Muslims.
  4. The ideology of Pakistan is the name of practical efforts for establishing the rule of Islam and strengthening the unity among the Muslims, without losing the national (Mile) identity.
  5. The ideology of Pakistan is the name of a welfare state where the welfare of the people is considered.