August 11, 1937
11th August, 1937.
My dear Mr. Jinnah,
Events have made it abundantly clear that the League ought to concentrate all its activities on the North-West Indian Musalmans. The League office of Delhi informed Mr. Ghulam Rasool that the dates of the sessions of the Muslim League have not been fixed as yet.
This being so, I fear it will not be possible to hold the sessions in August and September. I, therefore, repeat my request that the League sessions may be held in Lahore in the middle or end of October. The enthusiasm for the League is rapidly increasing in the Punjab, and I have no doubt that the holding of the session in Lahore will be a turning point in the history of the League and an important step towards mass contact. Please drop a line in reply.
(Sd.) Muhammad Iqbal,
PAKISTAN (As Visualized by Iqbal & Jinnah),
Selected & Compiled by: Prof Dr. G. H. Zulfiqar Sb.
Published by: Bazm-i-Iqbal, Lahore.