No great man lives in vain, the history of the world is but the biography of great man”

A hero is a man of wonderful personality.  He owns an exemplary character with distinctive deeds.  He always tends to be a leader instead of becoming boss.  He must be a man of exemplary and exceptional qualities of heart and mind with unique behavior and talent. Great man have changed the course of history and brought their nations to heights of glory.  Muslim history is full of great leader.  Quaid-e-Azam is bright star of this galaxy.

“All history is biography of great men”  

  Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah united and lead an oppressed nation.  He united the Muslims of subcontinent who were disunited, aimless and had no leader of high caliber.  MA Jinnah showed them the right path.  Due to his love, honesty and truthfulness he became the unique leader of Muslim history. 

“The hero is the man who kindles great light in the world, who sets up blazing torches in the dark streets of life for men to see by”

Quaid-e-Azam is the only personality in Pakistan’s history who has marvelous personality and noble soul.  His matchless leadership gave liberation to oppressed Muslims of subcontinent from cruel slavery of Hindus.  His charismatic personality stimulated the energy, courage and enthusiasm of Muslims of subcontinent.  His efforts weld the Muslims of subcontinent in to a nation.  His words have power to inspire devotion. 

“Greatness be nothing unless it be lasting”

Quaid-e-Azam born is Karachi on 25th of December, 1876.  He was born in a well-off merchant family.  He got his early education from Karachi.  His father Poonjah Jinnah was much conscious about his son’s education so he kept his son away from the business.  In his student life he always observed the discipline which pointed to his bright future.  After passing matriculation in the age of sixteen he went to England for higher education.  He studied law in Lincoln’s Inn.  After becoming Barrister he returned back and started his practice in Karachi.  Within a short time he became distinguished lawyer. 

“With faith, discipline and selfless devotion to duty, there is nothing worthwhile that you cannot achieve”   Quaid-e-Azam

At the same time he began to take interest in politics.  It was time to liberate from British.  In beginning he joined Indian National Congress but soon he left.  The reason for leaving congress was that he observed the evil designs of Hindus.  The he joined Muslim League and became its Leader.  He united Muslims on a single platform.  He gave them spirit of unity.  He fought for the rights of Muslims.  He worked hard for his nation in spite of his falling health.  British and Hindus were afraid of his strong efforts and sound character.  He made speeches in which he demanded a separate state for Muslims of subcontinent. 

He said:

“There is no power on the Earth that can undo Pakistan”

In 1940 Jinnah passed the Lahore resolution in which he demanded a separate state for Muslims.  He made them realize that Muslims and Hindus are different in traditions and religion.  They cannot live together in a single state.  Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah became the first Governor General of Pakistan.  He worked day and night for making a largest Muslim state.  His decisions were always made on facts and showed a great power of judgment.  In 1930 Quaid-e-Azam suffered from tuberculosis.  Only his sister and his doctor were aware of his condition.  He did not tell anyone about his health for the sovereignty of Muslims.  His motto was work, work and work.  He remained alive for 13 months.  He passed away on September 11, 1948.  

”My message to you all is of hope, courage and confidence”


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