Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born on 25 December 1876. He got his early education in Karachi. Then he went to England for higher education. As a student he struggled very hard. His motto was “Work, work and more work”. After his return from England he worked as a lawyer in Bombay. In the beginning he was not a successful lawyer. But he did not lose heart. He went on struggling for years. At last, his heart work brought him the fruit of his labour. He became a successful lawyer. He became one of the leading lawyers of India.
After some time he took interest in politics. First he joined the congress and worked for the freedom of India. He was a great supporter of Hindus-Muslim unity. But soon he realized the two faced attitudes and Hindus. Therefore, he resigned from the congress and then he takes interest in the freedom of Muslims of India. Therefore he joined Muslim League. So he worked for the welfare of Muslims of India.
He proved that the Muslims were a different nation from the Hindus. They could not live together in a single state. Therefore he demanded a separate country for Muslims. Quaid-e-Azam was a selfless leader. He worked day and night. Overwork made him ill. Therefore he died in 1948.