Quaid-e-Azam was right: Farooq Abdullah


KARACHI: Mahatma Gandhi had offered Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah the premiership of (united) India, but the former had rejected the offer.

This was disclosed by former chief minister of Indian-held Jammu & Kashmir Farooq Abdullah while talking to the media here. He said being offered premiership of India, Quaid-i-Azam said “today you are making me the prime minister (of India), but tomorrow you will remove me any moment as you are in a majority. There a new Pakistan is better for me.”

He regretted the way India was being run today. He said it was beyond his wildest dreams that attempts would be made to change a secular India and run in a particular way. He said it would be very dangerous for India the way it was being run currently.


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