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    Quaid-e-Azam with Nawab Jogezai in Quetta

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    1947 [Rare Photo of the Day]: Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (sitting on ground) during a party in Quetta, Balochistan.


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    1942: Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah at Kothi Colonel Sahib - Lyallpur (now Faisalabad) — with Ghazala Javed and Brig Khalid Hassan Mahmood.

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    1920-30s: Founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah with his Mother-in-Law Lady Dinshaw Petit


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    In July 1948, Mr. M. A. H. Ispahani went to Ziarat where Quaid-i-Azam was seriously ill. He pleaded with Quaid-i-Azam that he should take complete rest as his life was most precious. Quaid-i-Azam smiled and said: “My boy there was a time when soon after partition and until 1948, I was worried whether Pakistan would survive. Many unexpected and terrible shocks were administered by India soon after we parted company with them. But we pulled through and nothing will ever worry us so much again.

    “I have no worries now. Men may come and men may go. But Pakistan is truly and firmly established and will go on with Allah’s grace forever”.

    ہزاروں سال نرگس اپنی بے نوری پہ روتی ہے
    بڑی مشکل سے ہوتا ہے چمن ميں ديدہ ور پيدا


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    Nawab of Bahawalpur

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    August 14th 1947 Rare Photo The motorcade of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah along with Lord Mountbatten passing through the streets Karachi :


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    1948: Rare Photo of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, First Governor General of Pakistan with Leader of Chakma Tribes in the Chittagong - East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)


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    The Boss

    1940s: An iconic style captured! Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

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    Mohammad Ali Jinnah greets Mr Hameed, secretary to Sardar Najibullah Towwayana, a member of the Afghan envoy to Pakistan, in Peshawar, 3rd December, 1947.

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    M.A. Jinnah and Fatima Jinnah with Aga family in Srinagar, Kashmir in 1944.

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    The Man

    He was one of the best lawyers of the country. He was extraordinarily brilliant and used to explain his point of view in the court by oratory based on law as well as facts. His way of presentation was unique and he had no parallel even in this respect. His approach towards the legal problems was scientific and straightforward. His forensic abilities have been praised by eminent lawyers and judges.

    Patrick Spens, the last Chief Justice of undivided India, paid the following tribute to Jinnah: The tallness of the man, the immaculate manner in which he turned out, the beauty of his features and the extreme courtesy with which he treated all; no one could have made a more favourable impression than he did. There is no man or woman living who imputes anything against his honour or his honesty. He was the most outright person that I know.

    In 1927, Carim Chagla said: Jinnah was a pure artist in the manner and method of presentation. Even the most complex facts became simple and obvious when he waived his wand over them. --- He had common sense, that most uncommon of qualities, in an uncommon degree. He also expressed the following view: Jinnah was a superb advocate --- What impressed me most was the lucidity of his thought and expression --- Jinnah was absolutely impeccable in his professional etiquette.

    Sir Stafford Cripps spoke of him as a most accomplished lawyer.

    In the court, the Quaid-e-Azam was very polite and courteous. But on an aggressive attitude by a judge or an opposite counsel, he would become devastating. His satire was as penetrating as a sword. The wound was always very deep and ordinarily would never heal up!


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