LAHORE - Renowned researcher Prof Dr Inamul Haq Kausar has said that Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah wanted to create Pakistan as an Islamic democratic welfare state, but his sad demise turned out to be very untoward and his dream could not fulfilled. He said that the founder of Pakistan was the man of strong will power. Dr Inam was addressing the 5th sitting on Quaids Speeches organised by the Nazria Pakistan Trust (NPT) at the Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan here on Tuesday. NPT Chairman Majid Nizami presided over the ceremony. Students among intellectuals of different walks of life participated while NPT Vice-Chairman Dr Rafique Ahmed also addressed on the occasion. Dr Inam said that the Quaid was never afraid of conspiracies as he faced every hurdle in the way of Pakistan movement with courage and valour. The Quaid united the scattered Muslims of the Sub-continent at a common platform and led them for the creation of biggest Muslim state of the time. He further said that Quaids vision behind the creation of Pakistan was clear in his speech in which he mentioned undoubtedly that the Holy Quran would be Constitution of Pakistan. He said Quaid-e-Azam never claimed of his Islamic education and history, however, he added, he was familiar to Islamic knowledge and teachings. He urged to learn and study Pakistan movement and objectives of the creation of Pakistan. Speaking on the occasion, Majid Nizami said that motives behind the target-killings of Punjabi teachers in Balochistan was not letting the Baloch to get education while on the other hand hooligans in Karachi were killing the innocent people. He said the killers in Balochistan were also threatening to close down educational institutions and the conspiracy behind was to deprive people of Balochistan from education. He said the Federation, Sindh and Balochistan demanded to the IRSA to stop water of the Punjab. He said Balochistan demand could not be understand as the Punjab always acted generously and came to its assistance. He said the NFC Award and the generous support at the time of earthquake at Ziarat was the examples of Punjabs cooperation. Dr Rafique Ahmed said that Quaid-e-Azam presented three ideas about Pakistani nation, the country and the world at large. He elaborated that the Quaid differentiated Muslims from Hindus by calling them a separate nation. He said that he wished to establish an Islamic democratic welfare state while at the same he wanted to make the country, powerful.