Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah
(The Founder & Leader of The Islamic Republic of Pakistan)

The Founder and Leader of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Mr. Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born on 25th December 1876, in Karachi. His father was amongst the Prosperous Merchants of this city, Jinnah initiated his Academic Career, and obtained his Basic Primary Education, starting from the  same city. jinnah attended a a High School by the name of “Sindh Madrasa’, the name of this Institute is Most  Popular even today,  and  frequently  mentioned  for the reason that Mr. Jinnah acquired his Basic elementary education ‘s from the particular institute.Later on, to follow higher education in Law, he joined the Eminent Law College ‘Lincoln,s Inn’, in London, England in the year 1892. After the completion of his Progressed Studies in Law, he then returned to India in 1896, and served temporarily as a Magistrate in Bombay (Now Mumbai). After short while, he started his Personal Practice in the same city, and within a short period reached the Altitudes of his Vocation, Mr. Jinnah possessed Amazing, and Myriad Capabilities amongst which his Ad vocative and Rhetoric Capabilities were out of ordinary. With the passage of time as the Propensity of Mr. Jinnah strengthened towards Political Affairs, he then performed as the ‘Private Secretary to the President of the ‘Indian National Congress’, in 1906. his entry into the Politics marked the Commencement of his Distinguished Parliamentary Career.

Mr. Jinnah joined the Muslim League in 1913, on the grounds of being a Vigorous and an Ardent Member, he was elected as the ‘President; of the Muslim League in 1916.  After wards he was Elevated further in order to represent the Muslims of Bombay at the ‘Imperial Legislative Council’, In the year 1921, where the Political Agenda was formed under the title of Muslim League. The Ideology behind the formation of this movement, was to Protect Muslims interest against India’s Hindu Majority. However, the Suppressed Revolutionary Activities actually dejected him,  as a result, Jinnah who was a Staunch Separatist resigned from the council under Protest. Sometimes later, a ‘Non-co-Operation Movement’ was launched by the ‘Indian National Congress’, the prime intention behind the Enormous Campaign was aimed to Boycott the entire Constituents of the ‘British Statute’ in India. Nevertheless, Jinnah did not Support the Idea of the movement, and Disagreed Profoundly, as his Convictions were inclined near Moderate and more Pragmatic Approach toward the ‘British Protectorate’ to Transfer the Powers Gradually.

Mr. Jinnah was highly Optimistic about the Odds of Betterment in the Unity of ‘Hindu & Muslims’. moreover, he Anticipated that the Disjointing would result in Extreme Abate, concerning the Potency  in comparison to one and a United Nation. However, the ‘Religious Factors’ were the Main Areas of Conflict between Hindu Majority and Muslims.Yet,his Profound Conviction about the Resolution for the then prevailing issues , was Not Division. In 1930, at the ‘Round Table Conference’ where the ‘Indians’ and the ‘British Associates, of the Parliament Convened, for the Sole Purpose of any Viable and a Peaceful Settlement between the Two Extreme Casts, and their Future Plans. However, the Unyielding, and Impassive Attitude at the Conference continued which extremely Infuriated Jinnah therefore, after much Consideration and Intense Realization of the Discrepancies between the ‘Indian National Congress’, and the ‘Muslim League’ moreover the Flagrant Collision of Personalities between himself and ‘Mohandas Gandhi’, eventually Confirmed his Verdict of Suspension from the ‘Political Affairs’. He could Foresee the Impossibility of any Feasible or Practical Settlement for both the Extreme Casts, as the Religious Factors were Involved . Therefore, no Amicable Odds of Resolving the Issues were Evident.

Mr. Jinnah was extremely Crestfallen by the Tilted Attitudes of the Representatives of both the ‘Indian National Congress’, and the ‘Rigid British Associates’. As a result he De-attached  from the Political Movements. In the mean while he continued his Practice in Law, for which he traveled back to England. Mr.Jinnah’s self Adjournment from Political Activities lasted almost 4 years. Later on, he returned to India on a visit to Chair r ‘Muslim League’s Assembly‘, in the due course, he Textured the Extreme Deficiency of an Un- Wavering yet, Compelling Leadership, that could Guard,  and Shield the Muslim Interests. Consequently, he decided that he must Reside in India Enduringly to look after Muslims Interest. The Muslims in India were facing Extreme Distress,  particularly in the Province’s where the Hindus were in Majority, at this junction, Jinnah Stipulated for an Absolute Scrutiny through the ‘Royal High Commission’.  He Formally Presented an argument that, certain areas where the Hindus were in Overwhelming Majority crossed the limits of Oppression against Muslims.

The Unprecedented Trauma experienced by the Muslims resulted in forming a Tough Opinion, as after all that had happened,  and where Bleakness, and Austerity were the only Visible Scenario’s for the Muslims in Majority, where they could see no Viable Solution, either Legislative, nor by any Authorities in Command to resolve the matter, therefore, Dissection was Inevitable. Mr. Jinnah possessed an immense Concrete Character and a Crystal Clear Vision, he was a man who would never Settle or Compromise on Principals, finaly he Determined a Direction for himself,  for which he would not allow any to Asses the Validity of his Opinions and Verdicts. Mr. Jinnah’s Magnetic Persona depicted the Strength of his Excellent Foresight and the Depths of his  Observance. The Perpetual Unabated Injustice towards the Muslims of India prevailed. Consequently Jinnah Self Imposed an Obligation to Unravel the Disputes in a Harmonious Arrangement for both the Casts. The Sequence of the Trio Words, UNITY, FAITH and, DISCIPLINE, defines the Dignity of his Character, and the Elegance of his Positive Attitude.

Jinnah never gave up his Political Career, and struggled with all his efforts,  as he determined for himself a Cause Supreme, that spreads over in Three Decades notifying his Firm Convictions in the Possibilities of Hindu, Muslim Unity. Nevertheless, in the light of the Critical Facts and continuous but Futile Efforts to solve the Disputes that never Materialized, resulted in Severe Agony, and finally forced Jinnah to give an edge to Resolve the Matter  once and for all. In the end he concluded that ‘Division’ was Indispensable, and on the 23rd of March, 1940, he headed a Muslim League’s Conference gathering at Lahore, where he suggested his First Official Demand for the Dissection with a concept of an ‘Independent State of Pakistan’. Here not to mention his Endless Struggle  and Genius would be Unjust, and Off beam, as when he stood for the Cause he remained Balanced till the End of Creating a Separate Independent State for Muslims.

Pakistan as an Independent State emerged , where today a Free Nation Explores and Defines their True Identity and Respire the air of Freedom. It was only Mr. Jinnah’s Supremacy that gave the Nation a Borderline, from where the Sky Stretches via Changing its Color into Colors of Liberty, and the Soil Releases the Aroma of Bliss in the Atmosphere. During the Movements of Struggle for Independence, Jinnah never Swerved,  and remained Steadfast. Finally he Succeeded in Sparking the Element for Revolution, and Materialized the Dreams of Millions in to Reality. Pakistan Surfaced on the Map of the Globe as an Independent Islamic State, on the 14th of August 1947, a day most Exalted, and Treasured for ever. Mr. Jinnah was elected the first ‘Governor General of Pakistan’, Moreover, the first ‘Constituent Assembly’ officially passed a Resolution to Honor Jinnah, via Conferring the Commendable and Creditable Title of ‘Quaid-e-Azam’ on him . In 1948 on the 11th of September at the age of 71, Jinnah was Annulled by the Divine, from the same city where more than Seven (7) Decades before his Unique Persona Personified. He left behind the Immeasurable Gratitude of the Entire Nation, for whom he dedicated his Time, and Devoted his Entire Life with Unparalleled Services.  Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, struggled unabatedly till the end and thus Justified his True Existence in a Tangible & a Documented form of…‘The Islamic Republic of Pakistan’

A Famous Quote by ‘Quid-e-Azam’
“Character, Courage, Industry and Perseverance, are the four Pillars on which life can be built,  and Failure is a Word Unknown to me”

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