Liaquat Ali Khan had played an important role in the Partition of India and the creation of Pakistan. He was the architect and the builder of Pakistan. After creation of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah became the first Governor-General and Liaquat Ali Khan was appointed as the first Prime Minister of Pakistan by the founding fathers of Pakistan. He is regarded as one of the right-hand men of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
Liaquat Ali Khan organized the social and political life in Pakistan along these lines "In Pakistan, consensus can be desired in all areas of civil life, such as art and literature, politics, religion, and education. He developed the educational infrastructure of Pakistan. He called the Raziuddin Siddiqui and Ziauddin Ahmed from his native United Provinces. He asked the Raziuddin Siddiqui to plan and establish the educational research institutes in the country and asked the Ziauddin Ahmed to draft the educational policy of Pakistan, which was submitted to his office in November 1947, and a roadmap for establishing the education in the country was quickly adopted by Liaquat Ali Khan's government.
Liaquat Ali Khan brought the students of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama, Darul Uloom Deoband, and Barelvi institutions from United Province to provide the services in teaching institutions and government departments of Pakistan. Students of Aligarh Muslim University, established in 1920, were taken as the high-rank officers in bureaucracy and the establishment of Pakistan. Darul Uloom Deoband founded in 1866, the Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama was founded in 1893 and Barelvi schools were established in 1904 in Uttar Pradesh, during British Raaj. The medium of teaching in these Darul Ulooms was Urdu. These Darul Ulooms played the conspirator's role to politicize the Islam by propagating the philosophies of these Darul Ulooms as the true teachings of Islam and encroaching the languages of Non-Urdu Speaking Muslim peoples by declaring the Urdu as the language of Muslims and making the Urdu as a language of interaction between different Muslim ethnic communities of British India.
Liaquat Ali Khan was the person who declared the Urdu as an educational, official, and national language of Pakistan and manipulated, maneuvered, corrupted the educational curriculum of Pakistan by penetrating UP-ite mindset, infiltrating Gunga Jumna culture and introducing Hindustani traditions in educational curriculum of Pakistan for Urdu-isation of Pakistan along with, launching the politicized Islamic philosophies and fabricated history of Indian Muslims in the educational curriculum of Pakistan.