Quaid-e-Azam with Bucha Muslim League Council Members. Jinnah took keen interest in the establishment governing India and its legal and political affairs, focusing more on the empowerment of Indian youth.
He staunchly believed that instigating positive behavioral change amongst the youth of the country will result in a more united and disciplined nation. He was keen to address the issues faced by the youth of the country and strived hard to resolve them. In 1906, during the Calcutta session of the Indian National Congress.
Nation, on Saturday, observed the 128th birth anniversary of Madre Millat (mother of nation) Fatima Jinnah.
According to the details, she was born on 31st July 1893 in Karachi - the capital city of Sindh province.
Obtaining a dental degree from Dr. Ahmed Dental College of the University of Calcutta in 1923, she went to Mumbai and started practice as professional dentist.
Alongside the struggle of winning a separate homeland for Muslims of Indian subcontinent, she worked tirelessly with brother Muhammad Ali Jinnah and created various platforms for women empowerment.
She established the Women's Relief Committee (WRC) in 1947 which later on played a major role in the formation of All Pakistan Women's Association (APWA).
Fatima Jinnah is still well-known for her passionate activism in post-partition political grounds.
Her pivotal role in creating awareness about civil rights in Pakistani society; specifically in women, is still celebrated amongst her fans whereas that of in Pakistan Movement remains a matchless stance being digged and discovered.