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Dive into the final moments of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and reflect on the fate of Pakistan. Learn about the history of Pakistan and the Indian freedom struggle in this powerful video by Rashid Kamboj on blindspotbyrashid and rashid kamboj. How Jinnah's ambulance broke down. What were the last days of jinnah. 


00:00  Muhammad Ali Jinnah's diagnosis
00:59 Why Jinnah kept his illness secret
02:00 Challenges of new Pakistan 
02:15 Implementation of Indian Act of 1935
03:44 Country who opposed Pakistan admission to UN
04:30 The Last Days of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah


1948 brought Pakistan not only into the throes of war but also into the shadow of grief. Mohammad Ali Jinnah, a key figure in the creation of Pakistan, was diagnosed with tuberculosis in the late 1930s. 
His physician, Dr. J.A.L. Patel, was aware of his condition. Jinnah, respecting his privacy and understanding the potential political ramifications of his illness becoming public, insisted that Dr. Patel keep the diagnosis confidential. This secrecy was crucial for Jinnah, as he was leading the movement for the creation of a separate nation for Muslims in India. 

Discover the untold story of Muhammad Ali Jinnah's final days and the secret he kept hidden. This video delves into the last 60 days of his life and the relationship with his sister, Fatima Jinnah.

As you learn about the last days of Quaid e Azam, you'll also gain insight into his character and contributions to history. From his leadership of Pakistan to his personal struggles, this video delves into a side of Jinnah that is often overlooked. Don't miss out on this revealing piece from Dawn News in English.

The Government of India Act 1935 was one of the few documents that had detailed administrative procedures and was already somewhat familiar to the leaders and administrators of both India and Pakistan. It provided a broad structure for governance, including an outline for both central and provincial government functions.

While Pakistan began to work on its own constitution, the Government of India Act 1935 served as the provisional set of laws to fill the constitutional gap until the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan could draft a new constitution. It provided a familiar administrative and legal system, which could be adapted for the immediate needs of the new state while it established its own sovereign constitution. The Act was eventually replaced by the Constitution of Pakistan in 1956, which declared Pakistan an Islamic republic. When Pakistan applied for membership in the United Nations after gaining independence in 1947, Afghanistan was the only country to vote against its admission. The main reason for this was related to Afghanistan's stance on the Durand Line, the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan, which Afghanistan did not recognize. The Durand Line was a legacy of the British colonial era, and Afghanistan claimed that ethnic Pashtuns on the Pakistani side of the line were divided from their brethren in Afghanistan against their will. 

However, Afghanistan's opposition did not prevent Pakistan from being admitted to the United Nations, as the majority of member states voted in favor of its admission. Amidst these turbulent times, a somber incident occurred: the mysterious breakdown of the ambulance meant to transport a critically ill Quaid-e-Azam in Karachi. Speculations of conspiracy still linger around this event, which preceded the loss of the nation's beloved leader. 

His final words, "God, Pakistan," encapsulated his lifelong devotion to the country. His funeral was a testament to his impact, with over six hundred thousand attendees mourning the father of their nation. The incident of Muhammad Ali Jinnah's ambulance breakdown is surrounded by speculation and has become part of the lore surrounding the last days of Pakistan's founder. Fatima Jinnah was in the ambulance with muhammad ali jinnah. The story goes that on the way from Quetta to Karachi, the ambulance carrying a seriously ill Jinnah broke down, leaving him and his companions stranded for hours before help arrived. In another video, I will discuss the speculations around Quaid-E-Azam Muhammah Ali Jinnah’s death. 

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#historyofpakistan #prepartitionstruggle #rashidkamboj


Dive into the final moments of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and reflect on the fate of Pakistan. Learn about the history of Pakistan and the Indian freedom struggle in this powerful video by Rashid Kamboj on blindspotbyrashid and rashid kamboj. How Jinnah's ambulance broke down. What were the last days of jinnah.


00:00 Muhammad Ali Jinnah's diagnosis
00:59 Why Jinnah kept his illness secret
02:00 Challenges of new Pakistan
02:15 Implementation of Indian Act of 1935
03:44 Country who opposed Pakistan admission to UN
04:30 The Last Days of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah


1948 brought Pakistan not only into the throes of war but also into the shadow of grief. Mohammad Ali Jinnah, a key figure in the creation of Pakistan, was diagnosed with tuberculosis in the late 1930s.
His physician, Dr. J.A.L. Patel, was aware of his condition. Jinnah, respecting his privacy and understanding the potential political ramifications of his illness becoming public, insisted that Dr. Patel keep the diagnosis confidential. This secrecy was crucial for Jinnah, as he was leading the movement for the creation of a separate nation for Muslims in India.

Discover the untold story of Muhammad Ali Jinnah's final days and the secret he kept hidden. This video delves into the last 60 days of his life and the relationship with his sister, Fatima Jinnah.

As you learn about the last days of Quaid e Azam, you'll also gain insight into his character and contributions to history. From his leadership of Pakistan to his personal struggles, this video delves into a side of Jinnah that is often overlooked. Don't miss out on this revealing piece from Dawn News in English.

The Government of India Act 1935 was one of the few documents that had detailed administrative procedures and was already somewhat familiar to the leaders and administrators of both India and Pakistan. It provided a broad structure for governance, including an outline for both central and provincial government functions.

While Pakistan began to work on its own constitution, the Government of India Act 1935 served as the provisional set of laws to fill the constitutional gap until the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan could draft a new constitution. It provided a familiar administrative and legal system, which could be adapted for the immediate needs of the new state while it established its own sovereign constitution. The Act was eventually replaced by the Constitution of Pakistan in 1956, which declared Pakistan an Islamic republic. When Pakistan applied for membership in the United Nations after gaining independence in 1947, Afghanistan was the only country to vote against its admission. The main reason for this was related to Afghanistan's stance on the Durand Line, the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan, which Afghanistan did not recognize. The Durand Line was a legacy of the British colonial era, and Afghanistan claimed that ethnic Pashtuns on the Pakistani side of the line were divided from their brethren in Afghanistan against their will.

However, Afghanistan's opposition did not prevent Pakistan from being admitted to the United Nations, as the majority of member states voted in favor of its admission. Amidst these turbulent times, a somber incident occurred: the mysterious breakdown of the ambulance meant to transport a critically ill Quaid-e-Azam in Karachi. Speculations of conspiracy still linger around this event, which preceded the loss of the nation's beloved leader.

His final words, "God, Pakistan," encapsulated his lifelong devotion to the country. His funeral was a testament to his impact, with over six hundred thousand attendees mourning the father of their nation. The incident of Muhammad Ali Jinnah's ambulance breakdown is surrounded by speculation and has become part of the lore surrounding the last days of Pakistan's founder. Fatima Jinnah was in the ambulance with muhammad ali jinnah. The story goes that on the way from Quetta to Karachi, the ambulance carrying a seriously ill Jinnah broke down, leaving him and his companions stranded for hours before help arrived. In another video, I will discuss the speculations around Quaid-E-Azam Muhammah Ali Jinnah’s death.

challenges after creation of pakistan
how muhammad ali jinnah tackled the issues
the refugee crisis of pakistan
history of pakistan in english


Credited Music by Scott Buckley

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What Muhammad Ali Jinnah kept secret and his Final Moments

Blindspot by Rashid Kamboj February 25, 2024 6:00 am

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Pakistan election 2024 will be defining for this man. Who is this one man, who has been making waves in Pakistan's political scene? Find out in this video as we uncover the story of Imran Khan and his impact on the upcoming 2024 election. From his involvement with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party to his election survey predictions, this is a video you won't want to miss! Imran Riaz Khan who was missing for months and finally released. 

This video discusses Pakistan Political Leader Imran Khan. It discusses how Pakistan Military has tried to create hurdles for Imran Khan, but he stood to his ground. All of the Pakistan Army is busy on hiding the political leaders of Pakistan They arrested TV Anchor Imran Riaz Khan  #imranriazkhan    was missing for months. Imran Khan and his political worker is also in Jail. 73 years old   is also in jail. General Asim Munir tried everything to stop Imran Khan's popularity but failed. Who is this man? He is #imrankhanlatestnews    The PTI Chairman and founder of #pakistantehreekeinsaaf   . In the #pakistanelection2024   Imran Khan is the popular leader. #generalasimmuneer   will make all attempts to play with elections. All the Pakistan Survey of 2024 predicts popularity of Imran Khan in Pakistan Elections 2024. Hamid Mir also agrees that according to Pakistan Election Survey, Imran Khan party is in the lead as long free and fair elections happen. 

Who is this mysterious man who has the Pakistan military and ISI scared? Find out more in this video, where we'll discuss his potential impact on the upcoming 2024 elections in Pakistan. As the election season approaches, stay informed by watching our videos on the Election Commission of Pakistan and election surveys in Pakistan. Don't miss out on the latest news and updates on the future of Pakistan's democracy!

Timestamp: 
00:00 Pakistan Military Strength
01:20 Inter-Services Intelligence
01:43 Who is this man? Imran Khan
02:15 Pakistan Military involvement in Politics
02:30 Bhutto and Zia-ul-Haq
03:00 Nawaz Sharif 
03:55 Rise of Imran Khan: Cricketer turned Politician
04:40 Pakistan Military Chief General Bajwa
05:40 Pakistan Military Chief Asim Munir
06:00 Political struggle of Imran Khan
06:45 Pakistan Supreme Court Judge Resigned
07:00 Pakistan Retired Military Officers 
07:10 Imran Khan and age of Information
07:45 Pakistan Politicians
08:07 United States role in Democracy
08:20 Imran Khan political Party symbol changed
08:40 Legal Verdict on Imran Khan
09:00 Outcome of Pakistan Elections 2024


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Pakistan election 2024 will be defining for this man. Who is this one man, who has been making waves in Pakistan's political scene? Find out in this video as we uncover the story of Imran Khan and his impact on the upcoming 2024 election. From his involvement with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party to his election survey predictions, this is a video you won't want to miss! Imran Riaz Khan who was missing for months and finally released.

This video discusses Pakistan Political Leader Imran Khan. It discusses how Pakistan Military has tried to create hurdles for Imran Khan, but he stood to his ground. All of the Pakistan Army is busy on hiding the political leaders of Pakistan #tehreekeinsaf76 They arrested TV Anchor Imran Riaz Khan #imranriazkhan was missing for months. Imran Khan and his political worker #shahmehmoodqureshi is also in Jail. 73 years old #dryasminrashid is also in jail. General Asim Munir tried everything to stop Imran Khan's popularity but failed. Who is this man? He is #imrankhanlatestnews The PTI Chairman and founder of #pakistantehreekeinsaaf . In the #pakistanelection2024 Imran Khan is the popular leader. #generalasimmuneer will make all attempts to play with elections. All the Pakistan Survey of 2024 predicts popularity of Imran Khan in Pakistan Elections 2024. Hamid Mir also agrees that according to Pakistan Election Survey, Imran Khan party is in the lead as long free and fair elections happen.

Who is this mysterious man who has the Pakistan military and ISI scared? Find out more in this video, where we'll discuss his potential impact on the upcoming 2024 elections in Pakistan. As the election season approaches, stay informed by watching our videos on the Election Commission of Pakistan and election surveys in Pakistan. Don't miss out on the latest news and updates on the future of Pakistan's democracy!

Timestamp:
00:00 Pakistan Military Strength
01:20 Inter-Services Intelligence
01:43 Who is this man? Imran Khan
02:15 Pakistan Military involvement in Politics
02:30 Bhutto and Zia-ul-Haq
03:00 Nawaz Sharif
03:55 Rise of Imran Khan: Cricketer turned Politician
04:40 Pakistan Military Chief General Bajwa
05:40 Pakistan Military Chief Asim Munir
06:00 Political struggle of Imran Khan
06:45 Pakistan Supreme Court Judge Resigned
07:00 Pakistan Retired Military Officers
07:10 Imran Khan and age of Information
07:45 Pakistan Politicians
08:07 United States role in Democracy
08:20 Imran Khan political Party symbol changed
08:40 Legal Verdict on Imran Khan
09:00 Outcome of Pakistan Elections 2024


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Credited Music by Scott Buckley

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Iman Khan: A Nightmare for Pakistan Military

Blindspot by Rashid Kamboj February 7, 2024 2:00 am

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Uncover the hidden history behind the division of Punjab by Cyril John Radcliffe, the first war of independence in 1857, and #mountbatten  role in shaping India and Pakistan. This is a story that is often overlooked but has greatly impacted the two nations to this day. Muhammad Ali Jinnah was the first Governor General of Pakistan. Cyril Radcliff decision the division in five weeks. 


00:00 Mountbatten's Role in Partition
00:28 Cyril Radcliffe arrived India
01:20 Problems faced by Cyril Radcliffe
02:17 Lahore awarded to Pakistan
02:25 Calcutta awarded to India
03:08 Radcliffe left India 
03:54 Migration Crisis of 1947
04:45 Birth of Two Nations, India and Pakistan




Transcript: 
Sir Cyril Radcliffe was a British lawyer with no prior experience in India who was tasked with the incredibly complex and sensitive job of demarcating the boundaries between the new nations of India and Pakistan. Radcliffe was the chairman of the two Boundary Commissions—one for Bengal and the other for Punjab—set up to decide the dividing lines based on religious demographics.

Radcliffe arrived in India on July 8, 1947, just five weeks before the date of independence. His specialty was not cartography or ethnography, but law, which made the task even more challenging given the intricate tapestry of the Indian demographic and geographical landscape. He had never been to India before, and thus had no personal understanding of its society, geography, or the profound cultural implications of his task.

The problems Radcliffe faced were enormous and multifaceted. He had to pore over maps and census data, trying to draw borders that would divide not just land, but also populations, resources, and even families. The partition was supposed to create a Muslim-majority Pakistan and a Hindu-majority India, but the reality on the ground was not so neatly divided. There were areas with mixed populations, and towns and cities where Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs had lived together for centuries.

One of the major challenges was the division of major cities like Lahore and Calcutta. Lahore had a Muslim majority but was also a historically significant city for Sikhs and Hindus, and it was closely integrated with the Hindu-majority areas that surrounded it. Ultimately, Lahore was awarded to Pakistan, which came as a surprise to many. Similarly, Calcutta, despite having a significant Muslim population, was allocated to India, mainly due to its economic importance and large Hindu population.

Radcliffe's decisions were made under intense pressure and tight deadlines, with limited survey data and amidst rampant violence. His commission had to work in an atmosphere of hostility, with members from both the Hindu and Muslim sides pushing for their interests. 

After completing his task, Radcliffe destroyed all his papers and refused his fee for the commission work. He left India before the borders were made public, and the Radcliffe Line, as it came to be known, was announced on August 17, 1947, two days after India and Pakistan gained their independence. The hasty and somewhat arbitrary nature of the partition led to widespread confusion and bloodshed, as millions of people found themselves on the 'wrong' side of the border overnight and massive population exchanges began, accompanied by horrific communal violence.

Radcliffe later reflected on the assignment with regret, acknowledging the impossibility of creating a line that could neatly divide the subcontinent without grave repercussions. His lack of familiarity with the Indian subcontinent and the rushed time frame inevitably led to decisions that have been both criticized.

As the clock struck midnight on August 15, 1947, a new chapter began for the subcontinent. It was not just the end of colonial rule but the birth of two nations and the culmination of a struggle that had engaged an entire generation. 


In conclusion, the partition of India was not merely the division of territory but a profound transformation of colonial power dynamics, national identities, and the destinies of millions. As Mountbatten faded into the backdrop of history, he left behind a legacy interwoven with the final act of the British Raj. 

Discover the dark truth behind Lord Mountbatten's impact on India and Pakistan in this eye-opening video. From the first war of independence in 1857 to the legacy of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Rashid Kamboj exposes some uncomfortable truths about the British influence and their blindspot towards the people of the subcontinent.  blindspot by rashid kamboj for a deeper understanding of history.

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Transcript:
Sir Cyril Radcliffe was a British lawyer with no prior experience in India who was tasked with the incredibly complex and sensitive job of demarcating the boundaries between the new nations of India and Pakistan. Radcliffe was the chairman of the two Boundary Commissions—one for Bengal and the other for Punjab—set up to decide the dividing lines based on religious demographics.

Radcliffe arrived in India on July 8, 1947, just five weeks before the date of independence. His specialty was not cartography or ethnography, but law, which made the task even more challenging given the intricate tapestry of the Indian demographic and geographical landscape. He had never been to India before, and thus had no personal understanding of its society, geography, or the profound cultural implications of his task.

The problems Radcliffe faced were enormous and multifaceted. He had to pore over maps and census data, trying to draw borders that would divide not just land, but also populations, resources, and even families. The partition was supposed to create a Muslim-majority Pakistan and a Hindu-majority India, but the reality on the ground was not so neatly divided. There were areas with mixed populations, and towns and cities where Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs had lived together for centuries.

One of the major challenges was the division of major cities like Lahore and Calcutta. Lahore had a Muslim majority but was also a historically significant city for Sikhs and Hindus, and it was closely integrated with the Hindu-majority areas that surrounded it. Ultimately, Lahore was awarded to Pakistan, which came as a surprise to many. Similarly, Calcutta, despite having a significant Muslim population, was allocated to India, mainly due to its economic importance and large Hindu population.

Radcliffe's decisions were made under intense pressure and tight deadlines, with limited survey data and amidst rampant violence. His commission had to work in an atmosphere of hostility, with members from both the Hindu and Muslim sides pushing for their interests. The actual division of territory often came down to the religious majority in each district, but even this was not a simple matter, as economic factors, administrative convenience, and strategic locations had to be considered.

After completing his task, Radcliffe destroyed all his papers and refused his fee for the commission work. He left India before the borders were made public, and the Radcliffe Line, as it came to be known, was announced on August 17, 1947, two days after India and Pakistan gained their independence. The hasty and somewhat arbitrary nature of the partition led to widespread confusion and bloodshed, as millions of people found themselves on the 'wrong' side of the border overnight and massive population exchanges began, accompanied by horrific communal violence.

Radcliffe later reflected on the assignment with regret, acknowledging the impossibility of creating a line that could neatly divide the subcontinent without grave repercussions. His lack of familiarity with the Indian subcontinent and the rushed time frame inevitably led to decisions that have been both criticized and defended over the years. The line he drew has had enduring and profound effects on the region, marking not just a geographical boundary but a deep social and political divide that persists to this day.


As the clock struck midnight on August 15, 1947, a new chapter began for the subcontinent. It was not just the end of colonial rule but the birth of two nations and the culmination of a struggle that had engaged an entire generation. The legacy of these events and leaders is etched in the annals of history, shaping the narrative of a land that had long sought to master its own destiny.


In conclusion, the partition of India was not merely the division of territory but a profound transformation of colonial power dynamics, national identities, and the destinies of millions. As Mountbatten faded into the backdrop of history, he left behind a legacy interwoven with the final act of the British Raj. The leaders of India, each with their unique vision, stepped into the roles destined for them in this newly independent nation. Mountbatten himself, though a member of the British establishment, had played a role in a Congress-led transition that would forever change the face of South Asia.


Credited Music by Scott Buckley

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The Dark Truth behind Cyril Radcliffe Impact on India and Pakistan-Partition of India

Blindspot by Rashid Kamboj February 3, 2024 9:30 am