Did Azad Predict the break up of Pakistan? Yes he did. In short Azad said that the two nation theory is a non starter. Economic interests of Muslim elite are the real reason for the formation of Pakistan. According to Ayesha Jalal and Jawant Singh, for Jinnah, an awoved secularist, the debate was between a strongly centralized, Hindu (Brahmin dominated) Indian Federation a stand taken by Nehru or a loose confederation of three dominions supported by Muslim elite. Eventually Nehru’s narrow mindedness pushed Jinnah to opt for the formation of Pakistan. Jinnah knew and had not bought into the two nation theory anyway. Jinnah view of Pakistan was of a secular welfare democratic state. This was because Jinnah agreed with the Ahmadiyya view that secularim is an Islamic value. This solves the problem of why he used Islam in some of his speeches. Today if you hear the programme by Kamran Khan, you hear the tragic truth, and the fact that ignorant leaders, newscasters and audience in Pakistan get to hear that Azad was right in his predictions. Will Jinnah loose eventually? It certainly seems so for now.