Work, work and work and we are bound to success.
Speech from Radio Pakistan, Lahore 30 October 1947
If we begin to think of ourselves as Punjabis, Sindhis, etc. first and Muslims and Pakistanis incidentally, then Pakistan is bound to disintegrate. Do not think that this is some abstruse proposition: our enemies are fully alive to its possibilities which I must warn you that they are already busy exploiting.
Radio Broadcast, Dacca, 28 March 1948
Give up provincialism
If you build up yourself into a nation···. Give up this provincialism. Provincialism has been one of the curses; and so is sectionalism— Shia, Sunni, etc.
Public Address,Dacca 21 March 1948.
Our duty to the State comes first
Our duty to the State comes first; our duty to our province to our district, to our town and to our village and ourselves comes next.
Speech at Islamia College, Peshawar, 12 April, 1948.
The Press is great power and it can do good as well as harm. If rightly conducted, it can guide and instruct public opinion.
Talk with Journalists of Kashmir, 23 May, 1944.