Hyderabad, Aug. 15 -- In the 1940s, as a colonial India inched closer to her independent future, a part of her was weakened by politics of religion.

Fuelled by the insecurity of Muslims not surviving in a Hindu majority country, the demand of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and the All-India Muslim League was finally served when India split into two countries giving way to the formation of Pakistan.

What followed was a blood-soaked partition, an unwanted companion to the road to freedom.

However, there were many Muslims who were against the idea of partition. A partition they believed was unfavourable to the development of people.

As Jinnah stood firm on his demand for Pakistan, hatred against him intensified. Attempts to assassinate Jinnah were ...