After over 70 years since the independence, we are still not convinced about which kind of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had in mind. Indeed, it is extremely unlucky that we are yet not clear about the state system Pakistan should have. Some argue that many in Pakistan even support democracy just as a matter of expedience. Then, should Pakistan be a religious, theological state for Muslims or a secular one where religion does not have anything to do with the state affairs? For one, at least Quaid-e-Azam had made it clear in his 11th August speech that religious beliefs of all Pakistanis should be protected by the state at any cost. Know about this discourse in this Saga video by Amar Bilal.