"The question of Kashmir would never be solved until every man in the country was militarily trained and armed with modern weapons. I am sure Kashmir would never join Pakistan without force."
(Khan Jalal-ud-Din Khan, Pakistan Times, Lahore February 13, 1956).
"Pakistan will not hesitate to march on Delhi and teach a lesson to the Indians."
(A.M. Quraishi, Member of Legislative Assembly of West Pakistan, reported in Mussalman, Karachi, March, 8 1956).
"The year of 1957, after a hundred year, is a year of new hopes. This is a year to spread Muslim rule all over India. New blood should run into our veins to see the year 1957 approaching nearer. Seventy million Pakistani Muslims and fifty million Indian Muslims should have new hopes that after one hundred years they are going to get authority over the whole of India".
(Allama Mashriqui, reported in Waqt, Lahore November 24, 1956).
"We are prepared to sign defence pacts, both offensive and defensive, with any country which is prepared to help us against our one enemy - India".
(Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar, President Muslim League, in Lahore on November 26, 1956)
"We want them (members of the Baghdad Pact) for our defence purposes... Our first duty is to strengthen our defence particularly against India no matter what others might say".
(Malik Feroz Khan Noon, Pakistan's Foreign Minister, reported in Pakistan Times, Lahore, December 8, 1956)
"O Hindu! What have you to do with a thing like Government?" "A Government is not something like cow's urine or cow dung: which you may drink or make cakes of."
(Lines in Urdu printed in Waqt, Lahore, on December 27, 1956, at the head of an announcement of a public meeting to be held on January 1, 1957, to welcome 1957 as the year of triumph over India.)
"I want to make it clear that Pakistan recognises no international obligations with regard to the State of Jammu and Kashmir except those it has voluntarily accepted together with the Government of India in the resolutions of the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan dated 13 August 1948 and 5 January 1949".
(Pakistan's Foreign Minister in the Security Council on January 16, 1957)
"Puny nations like Egypt and India are defying U.N."
(Pak Prime Minister, H.S. Suhrawardhy during a tour of United States reported in Pakistan Times, Lahore, July 16, 1957).