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Sunday, 7 February 2016

FSc ICS FA Intermediate English Essay Quaid-e-Azam

                                    Quaid-e-Azam


"The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flights, for they while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night."

Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a unique leader of Indian Muslims. He offered the Muslims and unprecedented leadership. No one before or after him practiced politics as he did. God had treasured up all the supreme qualities of a great leader in him. When the Indian Muslims made up their minds for emancipation, they turned their eyes on Quaid-e-Azam who cut off the fetters of slavery and brought his people. The gift of freedom qualities of a great hero by all standards. In other words, his personality was a beautiful blend of intelligence, determination, faith, morality and valor.

Mohammad Ali Jinnah was born in Karachi on December 25th 1876. He got his early education in a local Maktab. Then he got admission in Missionary High School. After that he made to England for Bar-at-Law. When he was in England, the Muslims besought him to come to India to lead the procession of the freedom fighters to the ultimate goal. The Quaid beat back to India and let the Indian Muslims through fire and water to their destination. The Indian Muslims were placed between fires The English and the Hindus. It was the Quaid who freed them from dual slavery.

He worked as a member of Indian National Congress and later on joined the Muslim League. Then, he made efforts for a separate homeland of the Indian Muslims. He translated two Nations Theory and Iqbal’s dream into reality. The London times wrote:

"The Hindus and the Indian Muslims have no religious dispute. It is speculated with the passage of time, religious superstitions will die out. There are some cultural differences between two nations. The passing time will bridge this gap also."

Such a comment springs from both the parties. British Government and the paper awakened the sleeping lions. The Quaid rose to the occasion and brought both the parts under his severe censure. He said:
 "India is neither a country nor it inhabitants a nation. This is a sub-continent where many nations live".

He further said:
"We believe in one God, They believe in many Gods. We don't have cast system, they have cast system. We can't be interned nor interline. How can we live together?"

This sharp minded, hawk eyed, unflinching and unyielding man worked day and night for Pakistan. It was due to his leadership, that the British could not weld the Hindus and the Muslims into one unity.

Written by:  Shahid Bashir  &  Shakel

Compiled by: Asad Hussain

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