Sindh legislated for the secession of Sindh from Royal British India in 1943

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Sindh, a province of Pakistan, has legislated to be separate, sovereign and independent national-state country outside British India, and become World War II ally of Axix powers, was defeated in war by the Britain, and despite becoming member state of the UN was annexed to the Pakistan.

On the other hand,
Lahore Resolution of 1940 by All India Muslim League demanded a Bombay
Presidency pattern combine arrangement for Muslim Majority provinces of British
India. Muslim demanded Pakistan in 1946. 

Sindh demanded secession of Sindh from Royal British India as a
separate, independent nation-state country through Sindh Resolution of 1943,
legislated on 3rd March 1943.

An untold Sindh and Pakistan does exist because the historical truth and
facts are not made public until this moment to either Sindh or the rest in
Pakistan as well as worldwide. The most important and precious truth of our
last 150 years disclosed and unfolded today along with the evidences and
details.. G. M. Syyed tabled the resolution of separation of Sindh on 3rd March
1943 in Sind Legislative Assembly (today Sindh Assembly) is known in Pakistan
wrongly as Pakistan Resolution by Sindh Assembly. 

3rd March 1943 Resolution by Sind Legislative Assembly was moved by Mr.
G M Syyed, the veteran Sindhi politician, and leader of the house in Sind
Legislative Assembly in 1943. The resolution reads:

  • “This House recommends to
    Government to convey to His Majesty’s Government through His Excellency
    the Viceroy, the sentiments and wishes of the Muslims of this Province
    that whereas Muslims of India are a separate nation possessing religion,
    philosophy, social customs, literature, traditions, political and economic
    theories of their own, quite different from those of the Hindus, they are
    justly entitled to the right, as a single, separate nation, to have
    independent national states of their own, carved out in the zones where
    they are in majority in the sub-continent of India. 
  • Wherefore they emphatically
    declare that no constitution shall be acceptable to them that will place
    the Muslims under a Central Government dominated by another nation, as in
    order to be able to play their part freely on their own distinct lines in
    the order of things to come, it is necessary for them to have independent
    National States of their own and hence any attempt to subject the Muslims
    of India under one Central Government is bound to result in Civil War with
    grave unhappy consequences.”

In the first paragraph of the resolution demand the separate
country-hood of all Muslim majority provinces in British India including of
Sindh. Albeit, the Parliamentarians of Sind Legislative Assembly have mentioned
the words “Pakistan” and All India Muslim League “Resolution of 1940″ in their
speeches during the discussion on the resolution.” The word “Pakistan” was for
the first time used by a Sindhi Hindu Parliamenterian of Sind Legislative
Assembly Mr. Nihchaldas c. Vazirani. Therefore, word Pakistan is by a Sindhi
Hindu, unfortunately the Sindhi Hindu in Pakistan, like other religious
minorities are victimized. An ethnic cleansing in Sindhi is under way, Hindu
are also victim of genocide. Meanwhile Khan Bahadur Mohammad Ayub Khuhro
mentioned the Lahore Resolution of 1940 which is called Pakistan
Resolution.  

The Sindh Resolution and Legislation of 1943 by Sind Legislative
Assembly terms Sindh an independent national-state and decides to be free
sovereign and separate country, and detach Sindh British Indian constitution,
and also demand for other Muslim majority provinces I British India the same
status. The resolution also talks of civil war if Sindh is not separated from
British India by the Her Excellency Queen.    

The Prime Minister of Sindh in 1943, called Premier, didn’t used word
Pakistan in his speech on the floor.

On the other hand, the so-called Pakistan Resolution of 1940 or Lahore
Resolution asks for the semi-confederation of Muslim majority provinces in
British India to be given within India with autonomy, sovereignty and
independence. The much toughed Pakistan Resolution 1940 aka 1940 Resolution
does not demand a separate country of Indian Muslims i-e Pakistan.  The
text of the resolution reads:  

  •  Resolved that it is
    the considered view of this Session of the All-India Muslim League that no
    constitutional plan would be workable in this country or acceptable to the
    Muslims unless it is designed on the following basic principles, viz.,
    that geographically contiguous units’ are demarcated into regions which
    should be constituted, with such territorial readjustments as may be
    necessary that the areas in which the Muslims are numerically in a
    majority as in the North Western and Eastern Zones of (British) India
    should be grouped to constitute “independent States” in which the
    constituent units should be autonomous and sovereign.That adequate,
    effective and mandatory safeguards should be specifically provided in the
    constitution for minorities in these units in the regions for the
    protection of their religious, cultural, economic, political,
    administrative and other rights and interests in consultations with them
    and in other parts of (British) India where the Mussalmans (Muslims) are
    in a majority adequate, effective and mandatory safeguards shall be
    specifically provided in constitution for them and other minorities for
    the protection of their religious, cultural, economic, political,
    administrative and other rights and interests in consultation with them.

1940 Resolution by All India Muslim League terms provinces of India as
independent, sovereign national states, mentions India the country and ask for
a Bombay Presidency like region within India of independent Muslim majority
states aka Muslim majority provinces in British India. In never talked about
Pakistan. Quaid-e-Azam (the great leader) as he was known among the All India
Muslim League members and their supporters, Mr. Mohammad Ali Jinnah, a Sindhi,
talked first time for Pakistan by the end of 1946. Later on, when provincial
elections held in Birtish India in 1946, All India Muslim League was deafeated
by the G M Syyed led political party that formed the Sindh government.  

So far political philosophy is concerned; G M syyed was the first person
who coined in 1943 on the floor of Sind Legislative Assembly the term “national
state” in the history of political science having same meaning of term
nation-state.  

Sindh allied Axis power, joined World War II and was defeated by the
Allied Powers; unfortunately Sindh was not made member state of the United
Nation.  

Today Sindh annexed by Birtain with Pakistan, and is considered to be an
occupied territory since Sindh was defeated in World War I along with the Axis
Powers by the Britain.  

Sindh no doubt is ruined,
devastated in Pakistan. Massacres, resources capturing and genocides is over
seventy years long political history of Sindh in the context of human rights,
particularly civil and political rights.

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