(11 November 1888 – 22 February 1958)
"When I spoke up, you cut off my tongue.
I picked up my pen, you cut off my hand.
I wanted to move forward, you cut my legs.
I tried to turn over, and you injured me in the back.
And today you are in a helpless, hapless and in a miserable condition.
A community with a faith that can turn the tides before bending is in such a situation today because you were sentimental.
When you go to Pakistan, you might find your co-religionists, but never your countrymen.”
Who said this in a speech at Delhi’s Jama Masjid addressed to Muslims? Answer at the bottom of the page.
Answer to the WORD Jumble: Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Answer to the above WORD