Mr. Jinnah's promise to Balochistan for joining Pakistan was based on educational, social, economic and political uplift.
Mr. Jinnah explains that power and authority are derived from the people of Balochistan. The people of Balochistan will mould their future constitution and form the administration in accordance with their own customs and traditions.
Mr. Jinnah expresses his earnest desire to associate the people of Balochistan with their own administration.
Mr. Jinnah explains that the tribes in Balochistan democratically reaffirmed their loyalty to the Government of Pakistan via a free referrendum.
Mr. Jinnah explains that the Balochistan Advisory Council will not be a nominal body. It will have real powers such as being able to check and scrutinize the budget of the province.
Here Mr. Jinnah explains his personal connection with Balochistan and how people of Balochistan fought shoulder to shoulder with him in our struggle for freedom.
Mr. Jinnah explains that Balochistan remained in a static position educationally, socially, economically and politically. This is because the foreign administration was impervious to the progress of the people.
Mr. Jinnah explains that Balochistan joined Pakistan in a state of freedom and by their own free choice.
The history of political reforms for Balochistan is connected with the history of the struggle of the Muslims for freedom
Mr. Jinnah was an advocate for Balochistan's cause and as our national duty we must secure for the people of Balochistan an adequate say in the administration.
We must operationalize Mr. Jinnah's doctrine of guaranteeing a uniform measure of autonomy to all provinces. Balochistan was declared Mr. Jinnah's special responsibility - time to fulfill our historical duties.
Mr. Jinnah sets an example for us to continue our collective struggle of fulfilling our national duties in the face of odds, difficulties and interferences