Byline: Zahid Ali Zohri - Nagar
APROPOS the letter 'Quaid was right' (Dec 24). I would proudly say our great leader Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah was absolutely right for advocating the two-nation theory.
Those Muslims who were against Jinnah's movement for a separate Muslim state are now realising their mistake. In brief, he united a scattered mass into a cohesive block with one flag and one voice in a state where they could achieve political, economic and religious independence by ridding themselves of Hindu dominance.
Those who realise this truth include Mehbooba Mufti, a former chief minister of India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir, who recently tweeted: 'Decision of Jammu and Kashmir leadership to reject two-nation theory in 1947 and align with India has backfired'.
First, the abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A and now a unilateral controversial Citizenship Amendment Act - blatant anti-Muslim moves - by the extremist Hindu government of BJP...