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MUHAMMAD MUNIR

In the, third decade of the 20th Century, Rahmat Ali, an otherwise unknown student of the Cambridge University, coined the word “Pakistan”. In his optimism of Muslim brotherhood and unity but forgetting earlier episodes in Muslim history, inducting that of; the Muslim rule in India, he urged that the Punjab, Afghanistan, (N. W. F.P), Kashmir, Sindh and Baluchistan with an almost excusive, or preponderating) Muslim population should be united in a separate Muslim state. Therefore, taking the first letter from the names of. these territories (P. from, Plunjab, and Afghanistan, the last three (N. W. letters Frontier), Baluchistan (Kashmir) he suggested the Sindh union of these territories in a new’ state called, Pakistan.

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