Quaid-e-Azam, the founder of Pakistan who is known as the father of the country. His remarkable works and great personality can’t be forgotten. For knowing his interesting and amazing life we have to focus on his biography, his service for the Muslims of the subcontinent, his charismatic personality, his all good qualities and what we owe to him. As it is vivid to all minds that his real name was Muhammad Ali Jinnah who was born in 1876 at Wazir Manison in Karachi. He was a lawyer but interested in politics. When he joined congress he played an immense role but 1920 Jinnah resigned from congress and joined Muslim League where he talked about Muslim’s rights. In 1940 Jinnah believed that the Muslim should have their own state. He always talked about two-nation theory and made that a mission to separate Muslims from Hindus. On 14 August 1947 he succeeds in his mission and gave a separate country to Muslims as the name of Pakistan. After some months of independence he died in Ziarat and was buried in Karachi.
Furthermore, Quaid-e-Azam was that great leader who served his all life for Muslims of subcontinent. He worked dawn to dusk for providing equivalent and fundamental rights to the Muslims. There is no denying the fact that his great sacrifices for Muslims were marvelous. He was that great person who gave Muslims another life, who helped the Muslims for making a separate homeland and whose great thoughts gave the Muslims another way of thinking. Quaid-e-Azam was that great leader who worked on Ideology of Pakistan. He made the Muslim understand that we are two separate nations. Our customs, our eating system, our standing, our sitting, our festival and our each and every things differ from Hindus. In any constitution, in any law we are a nation and we must be separated. In the meeting of Muslim league in February 1940, he said, “our objective is clear. The British want to rule India and Mr. Gandhi and the congress want to rule the Muslims. We neither let British nor Mr. Gandhi and the congress to rule on us. We want to free ourselves from the tyranny of both.”
On July 17, 1944 Jinnah and Gandhi talked. Jinnah didn’t accept the idea of Gandhi to live with Hindus in one country.
Moreover, he was having a very attractive personality. He was a well-managed, regular and a civilized person. He worn coat and pants like western people. As he got education from London that’s why his personality was like western people. He utilized Urdu and English but in meetings and another business purposes he used English. As he assisted Muslims for giving their fundamental and legislative rights. He was an extra-ordinary figure for all Pakistanis.
In addition, He was amongst the best leaders of Pakistan. He was that praise-worthy man who took Muslims from darkness to light, from sorrows to happiness and from inequality to equality. He was that angle who not only gave us a free and a separate nation but also made his life in risk just for Muslims. As he himself was a Muslim that’s why he understood the hardship and vilest conditions of Muslims and made it a challenge for himself that he had to give Muslims such a state where they wouldn’t be treated as slaves but as citizens.
To add more, Quaid-e-Azam’s work can’t be denied. It is the fact that Quaid-e-Azam made a separate state but maintaining peace is upon us, to make it as tuning and a prosperous country is upon us, it is the fact that Quaid-e-Azam has given us a new place as new lives but to protect this homeland from pitfalls and hazards is upon us. But unfortunately, today we can see that corruption as made it its own homeland.it is zapping our country. In every institution in every department corruption has put its foot and doesn’t take the name of coming out. We should love our country that much and should be that much sensitive regarding it that no one dare to put eyes on our beloved country and should think thousands of times.
To sum up, after Quaid-e-Azam it is our duty to take the country towards development.
By Noreen Jameel