I might get a bit heat for this but I think Jinnah himself was a bit conflicted on what kind of country he wanted, secular like Turkey or a Theocracy. But I don't blame him becaues he succumb to his illness very early, if he lived a couple of years he would have implemented his vision for Pakistan. So that could become the base for the future Pakistan's politics, the only person who would know the vision of Jinnah would be Fatima Jinnah after the Assassination of Liaquat Ali Khan, but thanks to Ayub even that great leader was lost in time (Fatima). Zia was the worse thing that has happened to Pakistan, he fought USSR yeah but with the US/KSA/Allied backings, If Pakistan was taking USSR alone than with help of India, Pakistan will be broken into pieces. One thing we can definitely agree on that whatever Pakistan is today, if it continue on its path will have no future.