Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and historical words about Pakistan

The great leader of subcontinent Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah won the freedom for billions of Muslims of Pakistan. He was the founding father of nation and sacrificed his whole life for the struggle of a separate state for suppressed people of the region. He faced heavy odds and stern action from his men but he never got disappointed under those circumstances.

The great lawyer of subcontinent Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah started off his political career at an early age and joined Congress in its initial days. He was an ambassador Hindu Muslim unity at that time and believed that two nations could live together like their past. However, the conservative approach of Hindu leaders forced him to change his opinion.

He separated his ways from national politics and focused on his law career for more than a decade. He became a front line lawyer in a short time and joined the list of highly earning solicitors of united India. However, it was not his ambition and wanted to do something big in his life.

He was abroad for his higher studies and a great Muslim poet and thinker wrote him several letters to come back and take charge of Muslim leadership. Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was hesitant about the attitude of fundamental Muslims and did not show his willingness towards this task.

However, with the passage of time he was convinced that the Muslims of India need a separate identity and he Joined Muslim League in 1911. He devoted his life for the sacred purpose and worked against his capacity. His struggles paid back him in general and the Muslims in particular when a he won a separate state for Indian Muslims۔

Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah asked the Muslims to work hard and set the same example even with his bad health. He worked day and night for stability of Pakistan and ultimately fell ill. His last words about Pakistan have become a part of history and ambition for next generations.

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