Pakistanis are celebrating the 146th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, with traditional zeal & zest today.
Mohammad Ali Jinnah, widely known as the Quaid-e-Azam, was a barrister, politician, and founder of Pakistan. He served as the first governor-general of Pakistan from 1947 until his death in September 1948. Born on 25th December 1876 in Karachi into a wealthy family, Mohammad Ali Jinnah studied law at Lincoln’s Inn in London and completed his education in 1896 on to study law in England.
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He came back to Sub-continent and join the Congress Party but soon he realized the main aim of the congress is to work for the betterment of Hindus in the Sub-continent. He left the congress and Leads the All India Muslim that is determined to safeguard the rights of Muslims in the subcontinent.
Due to his hard work and for raising his voice against all odds in India finally, Pakistan is founded. Muhammad Ali Jinnah is honored in Pakistan as the first governor-general and the father of the nation.
He worked hard to ensure that Pakistan had a strong form of Governance but working day and night he got ill. After a long battle with tuberculosis, Jinnah dies on 11th September 1948.
Mohammad Ali Jinnah was such a beloved leader that nations remember his birthday & Nationally 25th of December was declared as Quaid-e-Azam Day.
On this special occasion, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif called on the nation to seek guidance from the life of the Quaid-e-Azam and follow his principles for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan.
He said the founder of Pakistan valiantly fought a constitutional and political fight for the rights of Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. As a result of his fight, Muslims are living independently in today’s Pakistan, he said.
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