Thanks Dr. Saheb for the information you posted.
Here is the quote with reference. Sorry for the delay, I just missed to see your question.
"In Islam, the ultimate obedience belongs to God alone.
The only way to follow His Guidance is the Holy Qur'an. Islam does not preach obedience to a king, parliament, person or any institution. Mind you, Pakistan will not be a theocracy in which the priesthood, according to their own whims, want to fulfill the Divine Mission.
The Islamic government means Rule of the Qur'an. And how can you establish Rule of the Qur'an without an independent state? In this state, legislation will take place within the boundaries drawn by the Qur'an. The Qur'an determines the limits of our freedom and restrictions."
Muhammad Ali Jinnah
addressing students in Hyderabad Deccan - 1941
[Daily Inqalaab, Lahore 8th Feb, 1942. Husn-e-Kirdaar ka Naqsh-e-Tabinda, 1952]