QUAID-I-AZAM ( THE FOUNDER OF PAKISTAN )
Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah ( The founder of Pakistan ) who was born on 25th Dec, 1876 in Karachi, After completing his early education at home, Quaid was sent to Sind Madrassa-tul-Islam for Islamic studies & as well as for the other education. At the age of 16, he conceded his Matriculation Exam from Mission High School. Afterward in 1893, Quaid attached Lincoln’s Inn to get the Top Degree in Law. Once Jinnah was definitely recognized in the legal occupation, he properly entered political affairs in 1905. He supposed in functioning for Hindu-Muslim unanimity. Quaid forever looked after the benefit for the Muslims. Shortly Quaid understood that the Muslims of the sub-continent are depressed of their human privileges
The plan of Pakistanwas specified by Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal in 1930. Quaid was persuaded that a divided Muslim native soil was the only means to defend Muslim welfare. At that point, formation of Pakistan was a longing wish of each Muslim and Jinnah materialized as the organizer of the Muslim state. On March 22-23, 1940, Muslim League approved a declaration in Lahore to shape a separate Muslim state Pakistan. Quaid-i-Azam visage a burly antagonism to attain his aim. He guided the Pakistan association with huge knowledge and intellect. The Congress and the British Government eventually decided to the separation of India. Pakistan thus emerged as an Self-Governing State on 14th August, 1947. Quaid-e-Azam acquired oath as the first Governor General on 14th August, 1947.
Quaid took immense attention in the configuration and development of the Muslim Student Federation. Following the establishment of Pakistan, he recommended the students, Now that you have attained your objective, you have a Government of your own and a nation belongs to you and in which you can exist as free gentlemen. Your errands and your loom to the political, communal and financial troubles must also modify. The responsibilities required of you are; to build up a sound wisdom of regulation, quality, proposal and a common educational backdrop. You must dedicate yourselves whole-heartedly to your learnings, for that is your first compulsion to yourselves, to your parents and to the state.
The Quaid’s Slogan, Work, Work and Work ia a term to walk us up. We must job solid to attain our national goals. Every one of us should attempt and proceed ahead the fair values the Quaid gave to the Country.
His Physical Condition got worse due to working hard for the development of the Country. He did not worry about his fitness and kept working hard. After a Bried Sickness, he died on 11th September 1948.