Friday, April 27, 2012

What the Quaid-eAzam Said (Summary)


Muhammad Ali Jinnah whom out of love people called Quaid-e-Azam was born on 25th December 1876. He passed his matriculation examination at the age of sixteen. Then he went for higher studies to England. He received degree of law from London. On return he started practice of law at Karachi and then at Bombay. He took active part in politics. He first joined Indian National Congress and then All India Muslim League. It was through his efforts that Muslims of Sub-continent got independence on 14th August 1947. He become first Governor General of newly created country.
Quaid-e-Azam after creation of Pakistan made several speeches, which are to guide us. In his eye all Pakistanis were equal without any distinction of colour, cast, creed and religion. He said Pakistan can be developed if the people served it devotedly. He laid emphasis on acquiring education and said if we do not educate our selves well, we will be left behind by the world community. In another speech he said we should take education in wide prospect. It is for mobilizing our people and building up character of our future generations.

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