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The plot sounds very interesting.
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I am really impressed and admire the systematic way in which you have carried out research. I would like to know how did you gather all these old transcriptions and books. I have too started researching on Iqbal and Jinnah and my thoughts/inferences are quite similar to those that you have described in your books.
Thanks for your kind words, sir. To answer your question, I collected many of the books over a number of years. For others, including rare transcripts, I obtained copies from libraries. I was surprised to discover that much of the material I needed was more easily available in Europe and the US than in South Asia. So I was lucky in that respect.
I wanted to discuss about some details from your book on Jinnah, including start (why religious parties opposed Pakistan) and end of chapter 3 (‘outlawing landlord ism’). It would be better if i can discuss it on email. Thanks !