Quaid-e-Azam said of him, "I have lost in him not only a colleague, a collaborator, but also a great friend."
Quaid arrived in Lahore on March 21 and the resolution's draft was finalised in a session of the AIML on March 22.
All India Muslim League's Malik Barkat Ali was amongst those nominated by Jinnah to prepare the Lahore Resolution.
Politically well-connected owner, conflict of interest for the aviation regulator cited as reasons for delay.
Malik Barkat Ali was elected on a Muslim League ticket to the Punjab Assembly from the eastern districts in 1937.
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