Diaries of Justice Muhammad Ibrahim (1960-1966) (Hardcover) | Book
These entries documented minutely portray Justice Ibrahim as a committed Bengali nationalist, who passionately fought to gain support for the justifiable political and economic demands of the people of East Pakistan. The narratives give a clear idea of some unknown historical facts and incidents, which occurred during those critical days of constitutional development in Pakistan. Justice Ibrahim’s constitutional proposals reflected the prevalent mood of the Bengalis of East Pakistan. For a federal government based on some radical suggestions to this effect, to be included in the contemplated new Constitution to be framed for Pakistan. These proposals brought him into direct confrontation with his Cabinet colleagues and particularly with President Ayub Khan. As his persistent demands remained unheeded, he being disillusioned and frustrated resigned from the Cabinet in April, 1962.
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