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Quaid E Azam

  • Date Submitted: 09/12/2015 08:11 AM
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All the history is biography of great men.” But no man is great who is great only in his lifetime and is forgotten after his death. Great persons have a sacred mission of helping and guiding the suffering humanity. They die but their death makes them immortal because they live in our hearts. The 20th century has seen a number of great personalities on the international political scene; none of them is equal to Quaid-e-Azam in intellect and honesty of purpose. He is my favourite hero.
No body knew that a baby boy, born on December 25, 1876 to Mr. Poonja Jinnah, was going to change the history by carving out a separate homeland for the Muslims of South Asia.
Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, was a man of great and rare qualities of head and heart. He was a symbol of integrity and honesty. Even his worst enemies admitted that the Quaid was unpurchasable. He was a top-notch orator who could spellbind the audience for hours. He was an intelligent and lively thinker. He told them that they were a separate nation from the Hindus. They needed a separate country where they could live true meanings of their creed.
Mr. M. A. Jinnah, Bar-at-law, started practice in Karachi and thereafter went to Bombay. At the same time, he began to take interest in politics. In the beginning, he joined the Indian National Congress but soon left it on seeing the evil aims of the Hindus. He soon felt, however, that the Congress was merely a smokescreen to consolidate Hindu India at the expense of Muslims. He joined the Muslim League to the conclusion that there was no hope of unity.
His leadership kindled a new imagination among the frustrated Muslims. He created a political awareness among the Muslims of India. He united the Muslims on one platform. He fought against the Hindus and the British imperialists. He worked very hard for nation inspite of this failing health. The Hindus and the English were equally afraid of his political insight and sound character. He made numberless speeches...

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