Democracy is in the blood of Musalmans who look upon complete equality of manhood, Musalmans believe in fraternity, equality and liberty.
Speech at Kingsway Hall, London, 13 December, 1946.
You are free to go to your temples, you are free to go to your mosques or to any other place of worship in this state of Pakistan. You may belong to any religion or caste or creed, that has nothing to do with the business of State.
Presidential Address to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan 11 August, 1947.
This is your government. It is quite different from its predecessors. Therefore, appreciate when a good thing is done. Certainly criticize fearlessly, when a wrong thing is done. I welcome criticism, but it must be honest and constructive.
Address at Edwards College, Peshawar 18 April, 1948.
FEUDALISM AND CAPITALISM
There are millions and millions of our people who hardly get one meal a day. Is this civilization? Is this the aim of Pakistan? Do you visualize that millions have been exploited and cannot get one meal a day! If that is the idea of Pakistan. I would not have it.
Presidential Address Delivered at the Thirtieth Session of All-India Muslim Leauge, 24 April, 1943.
ADVICE TO STUDENTS
Develop a sound sense of discipline, character, initiative and a solid academic background. You must devote yourself wholeheartedly to your studies, for that is your first obligation to yourselves, your parents and to the State. You must learn to obey, for only then you can learn to command.
Reply to the Address Presented by Islamia College Students, Peshawar,12 April, 1948.