Pakistan, a country which started it’s first day with fraud and decit

Pakistan celebrates 14th August as it’s Independence Day:

Why Pakistan celebrates 14th August ? Is it because it was born on this day or because it attained independence from British on this day? The true answer is: Neither of the two.

British passed The Indian Independence Act on 18th July 1947. The preamble of this Act states as under:

The act created two new independent dominions; India and Pakistan. Pakistan was split into Pakistan and East Pakistan which is now Bangladesh. The Bengal and Punjab provinces were partitioned between the two new countries. These dominions separated the Muslim, Hindu and Sikh population and caused the biggest forced migration which has ever happened that was not the result of war or famine. The Act repealed the use of ‘Emperor of India’ as a title for the British Crown and ended all existing treaties with the princely states. Lord Mountbatten continued as Governor-General and Jawaharlal Nehru was appointed India’s first Prime Minister, Muhammad Ali Jinnah became Pakistan’s Governor-General and Liaquat Ali Khan its Prime Minster. The 15th August 1947 has since become celebrated as India’ and Pakistan’s Independence Day.

Notice the last line in bold. This is so stated on the British Parliaments website here. Please take time to visit and verify. So why does Pakistan celebrates independence day on 14th August?

The only know explanation is that the founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah ordered the yest to be born country to celebrate it’s birth even before it was legally born. The nation of herds, who had followed him into butchering a million non-muslims in preceding months, blindly followed him and still do without ever bothering for the truth.

Thus the Pakistan was not only founded on a false theory but it started with falsehood about it’s date of birth as well. We may say that there are lies, damn lies and Pakistani lies.

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