No power on earth can undo Pakistan

by Syeda Tahreem Bukhari
THERE is no power on earth that can undo Pakistan is one of the most famous and inspiring statements of founding father of Pakistan. It was articulated at the time when Pakistan was facing a number of challenges, including the issue of refugees and the integration of different regions into the new country. Jinnah’s statement was meant to reassure the people of Pakistan that their newly created nation was strong and would survive despite tough challenges. Jinnah’s statement was not only a message of hope and confidence to the people of Pakistan, but it also reflected his own strong conviction and commitment to the idea of Pakistan. Quaid-i-Azam was initially in favour of Hindu-Muslim unity, later on a combination of political, social and communal factors led him to change his stance. He became convinced that the only way to safeguard the interests of the Muslim minority in India was to demand a separate Muslim state, which ultimately led to the creation of Pakistan. He had fought for years to create a separate homeland for Muslims in India and had succeeded against all odds in achieving this goal.
The statement has since become a symbol of Pakistan’s resilience and determination in the face of adversity. Pakistan is a nation that has demonstrated remarkable resilience in the face of numerous challenges throughout its history. From its creation in 1947 to the present day, Pakistan has faced a range of political, economic and social challenges, including military coups, natural disasters, terrorism, Covid 19 pandemic, climate crisis and economic instability. Pakistan is among the list of worst hit countries in the world due to prevailing wave of climate crisis. The state is bearing the brunt of developed countries. Despite these challenges, the people of Pakistan have shown great courage and determination in their efforts to build a better future for themselves and their country. They have worked hard to rebuild after devastating earthquakes and floods and have shown great resilience in the face of terrorist attacks that have killed and injured thousands. Pakistan has also weathered economic storms in the past, including periods of hyperinflation and high unemployment and has implemented tough reforms to stabilize its economy and improve its prospects for growth. Pakistan economy after the Covid 19 pandemic still faces significant challenges including high levels of inflation, rising unemployment and a decline in exports. The people of Pakistan are standing beside the state and are hopeful to come out of these crisis. Despite these economic hardships, in the World Happiness report 2023 Pakistan is at 103 on the happiness index while in previous report it was ranked at 121. Pakistan’s people are known for their warmth, hospitality and resilience. They have a rich cultural heritage with diverse traditions and customs and are proud of their history and achievements. In the recent earthquake in Turkey and Syria, Pakistan was among those nations that generously donated for their brethren. Currently, Pakistan is moving through the phase of turmoil faced with political and economic instability. Despite the many challenges that lie ahead, Pakistan’s resilience and determination offer hope for a brighter future.

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