Quaid e Azam the founder of Pakistan, and our national hero, was born in Karachi on 25 December 1876. Mohammad Ali Jinnah bai was a successful politician and lawyer. He joined All-India Muslim League in 1913 and as a leader lead this League till our country ‘Pakistan’ came into being in 1947. In the newest country Pakistan, he’s 1st Governor General. Muhammad Ali Jinnah has usually acknowledged as “Quaid e Azam” this title means The Great Leader, awarded by Maulana Mazharuddin, and “Baba e Qoum” means Father of Nation.
Mohammad Ali Jinnah begotten in the Wazir Mansion house in Karachi belongs to a merchant family. His father is ‘Jinnah Poonja’ and his mother is ‘Mithibai’. He got his initial education from Madrassat-ul-Islam, Sindh, and joined Christian Mission School. In 1893, he connected with Lincoln’s Inn and was a young Indian. He became an eminent Lawyer after three years in Bombay. He joined Politics as a member of the Indian National Congress in 1905. As a Congress devotee, he came to England to plead for the self-government of India in British elections.
Quaid-e-Azam associated with the All India Muslim League in 1913, without abandoning the Congress membership. He resigned from congress membership in 1920 due to the Satyagraha campaign. By Muslim League membership, he brought self-determination among Muslims of the sub-continent. He wisely said to the Muslims “we’re the distinct nation with distinguishing civilization, our own culture, language and literature, names and nomenclature, legal laws and moral code, art and architecture, values and proportion sense, aptitudes and ambitions, customs and calendar, history and tradition, briefly we have the differentiate outlook of life and on life. On account of all international canons and regulations, we’re a Nation“.
The great leader Quaid-e-Azam was nominated as the established Imperial Legislative Council (ILC) in 1910. He was the authoritative voice for Indian freedom rights during his parliamentary career. He was the dominant Indian who was proficient to pilot the private member’s Bill by Council. He became the top-notch leader of the group in the legislature.
Jinnah was firmly clutched in the unity of Hindu Muslims in his initial three decades of politics. Even the Hindu leader Gokhale said, “Jinnah is a trustworthy personality along with his liberty from entire prejudice sectarian, the excellence in his character will lead him to the superlative ambassador of Hindu-Muslim Unity.” He became a true planner of Hindu-Muslim Unity and was also responsible for Congress-League Pact in 1916. That Pact was recognized as Lucknow Pact, it’s the specific agreement signed by political Unions, Congress, and the All-India Muslim League, of the subcontinent.
His Fundamental Roles
In the progression of Indian politics, Lucknow Pact proved the milestone. It approved Muslims’ rights of distinct electorate, as well as legislature seat’s reservation, therefore, influential representation in the minority and the Centre provinces. The trend enhanced the Muslims’ exclusiveness in Indian politics. All credit for the Muslims’ confidence goes to him. In 1917, Quaid e Azam was familiar as India’s greatest political leader among both Muslims and Hindus community.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah was an extremely remarkable personality in ILC and Congress. He was symbolized as the President of the Home Rule League, Bombay Branch, and of the All India Muslim League. He was addressed as a superlative ambassador of the Hindu-Muslim union, due to his extraordinary effort in Congress-League-agreement, Lucknow.
Muslims’ demand for a separate country was formulated in 1940. It had a great influence on the face of Indian Politics. It exhausted the Indian Hindus’ dream, in actual fact they realm on Britain’s exit from India. It was a bitter pill to swallow for Indians and they reacted swiftly. British community was opposed to Muslims’ demands. Their hostility was enhanced due to their achievement of unity and the Hindu’s foremost contribution. The irony of the demand is that they weren’t anticipated by Muslims. They couldn’t imagine how Hundreds of Muslims had become conscious of their incredible nationhood and their distinct destiny.
Quaid- e -Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah played a prominent role in monitoring Muslim legislation toward Pak-Country. It’s his advocacy case of separate Countries and the remarkable strategy of negotiations; mainly at the time post-war that made separate states inevitable.
In the following years, he became horrified by the use of violence in politics. Political aggression, in Jinnah’s opinion, wasn’t the path to national independence but rather the bleak path to catastrophe and devastation. Therefore, Jinnah couldn’t reasonably support Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s innovative civil disobedience tactics and the triple boycott of British textiles, government-sponsored courts and councils, and schools and colleges. Before Gandhi attempted to change the Home Rule League’s constitution and nomenclature in October 1920 after Gandhi had been elected president, Jinnah had resigned from the organization, stating; “Your extreme program has for the moment struck the imagination most of the inexperienced youth and the ignorant and the illiterate. All this means disorganization and chaos“.
Extremism had good reason to exist because of the masses’ rising resentment of colonial authority. Jinnah believed that it may result in anger accumulation, but nothing productive. As a result, he was against Gandhi’s use of unfair methods in Punjab in the early 1920s and his use of the Khilafat to his advantage.
Jinnah cautioned the Nagpur Congress Session (1920) before its endorsement of the Gandhian agenda; “You are making a statement (of Swaraj) and committing the Indian National Congress to a program, which you will not be able to carry out“. He believed that there was no quick cut to independence and that Gandhi’s constitutional strategies wouldn’t advance India’s liberation but rather bring about political terrorism, anarchy, and disorder.
Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah was instrumental in securing the freedom of the Muslim population. He was the lone Muslim to speak out and unite all Muslims on August 14, 1947, to achieve their freedom.
Quaid-e-Azam’s great Thoughts and Phrases
The last message from The Quaid
In his final statement to the country, delivered on August 14, 1948, Jinnah expressed his deep satisfaction at having accomplished his objective. He said;
“Your State’s foundations have been established; now it’s up to you to continue building as rapidly and as well as you can“. Jinnah had worked himself to death in order to complete the mission he had assumed on the day Pakistan was founded.
As a result, the Pakistani army and all political parties respect Quaid e Azam. His first priority as a great leader was to elevate the Muslim League to a distinctive position as the exclusive voice of the Muslim population inside a united India.
The Congress, which comprised leaders from many different religions and had a generally secular bent, found this to be unacceptable. Quaid-e-Azam was a brilliant negotiator and competent lawyer. As a “stick,” he threatened to establish Pakistan if his demands were not satisfied.
He intended Pakistan to be a secular state once he had it, but he tragically passed only a year after it was founded. As a consequence, religious forces swiftly passed a resolution declaring Pakistan an Islamic republic, creating a foundation for some of its most powerful leaders to later abuse for their own bigoted objectives.
I genuinely appreciate him because of everything he did for Pakistan and Muslims. That’s why he’s my favorite personality. In light of what he accomplished for Muslims and for our nation, he is revered by everyone in my nation. No one will ever forget him since he sacrificed so much for us and Pakistan. To me, he is a fantastic freedom hero.
In all of the speeches he gave during the brief time he had, he provided a platform for everyone to see and learn how Pakistan should develop its foreign and economic policies, how to protect the rights of minorities, and how to build a society based on Islamic principles where everyone will be able to contribute to its success and advancement. However, within months of his departure, we all forgot what he had said.
In honor of his memory, we must follow in his footsteps and try to make Pakistan a country that Quaid e Azam worked hard for. Youth are the future of Pakistan. If we genuinely care about the sacrifices Quaid e Azam made for us, we must make Pakistan a place our beloved Quaid would be proud of.