Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is the founder of Pakistan. He was a great leader of the subcontinent. He was born on December 25, 1876, in Karachi. His father Mr Punja Jinnah was a famous businessman. Her mother was also an educated woman. He was the eldest son of his parents.
Punja Jinnah gave his son a good education. At the age of sixteen, he was sent to England by his father to study law. He proved himself to be a hardworking and honest student. He studied law at Lincoln and then came to law. He returned to his homeland four years later and settled in Bombay as a lawyer. He soon became a successful lawyer. In 1900, he became a magistrate for the Bombay Presidency.
Quaid-e-Azam began to take an interest in politics during his stay in London. So, he quit his law practice and joined the Indian National Congress. He wanted to unite Hindus and Muslims against the British. But he felt that Hindu leaders were trying to protect their interests. He decided to join the All India Muslim League.
He worked for a separate homeland for Muslims. He presented the demands of the Muslims of India in his fourteen points. These demands were rejected by Congress. But he did not give up. He was a man of strong will. He faced a lot of difficulties but he stood his ground. The Muslim League passed a resolution calling for a separate homeland for Muslims. There were many difficulties in his path but he never considered them as an obstacle in the way of progress. He was as strong as a rock and always showed a strong will at every opportunity.
Quaid-e-Azam was a great prophet. During his struggle for Pakistan, he had to make many speeches. He delivered his speeches very effectively. He discussed all the important aspects of the subject in his speeches. When he addressed the Constituent Assembly, he spoke clearly about its functions. After a long struggle, their efforts were crowned with success. On August 14, 1947, Pakistan’s dream came true. He became the first Governor-General of Pakistan. He worked hard for the development of the country.
Quaid-e-Azam was a thin and thin man, but he had excellent qualities of head and heart. He was a great politician. He was brave and fearless. He was a man of principle. He was a peace-loving man. He always wanted to see Pakistan prosperous and powerful. It gave us a message of unity, discipline, and faith. He worked day and night with determination. He fell ill and died on September 11, 1948. But his services to the Muslims of the subcontinent will keep them alive in our hearts. Now it is the duty of all of us to work hard, serve Pakistan, and thank God.