Truth - It was Syed Ahmad Khan, founder of AMU who first said, "The Muslims and Hindus are two different Nations Both of them cant rule together. There wont be peace until one nation conquers another".
In, 1876, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan declared (Banares) - "I am convinced that Hindus and Muslims could never become one nation as their religion and way of life is quite distinct from each other".
Lie 2 - Savarkar supported two-nation theory in 1943
Truth - A fake quote was attributed to Savarkar on 14 Aug 1943 regarding this. He clarified to the press to publish the correction.
A week later, Savarkar published an article on 23rd Aug 1947, where he wrote, "I have been misquoted. I claimed that two nation theory exists.
Instead of reporting this, journalists simply misreported that I accept two nation theory. A storm has been raised on this issue"
Lie 3 - Savarkar supported India's partition
"As defined by Savarkar, Hindu Maha Sabha is AGAINST Pakistan and proposes to resist it by all means...Mr.
Lie 4 - Partition didn't happen on religious grounds, India chose secularism and Pakistan chose religious lines.
Lie 5 - Shias and Ahemadias of Pakistan want India's help.