After the death of founder of Pakistan Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Ms Fatima Jinnah from Radio Pakistan Karachi addressed the nation in which she said.
I am saddened by the tremendous loss I have suffered with the entire nation since the death of my brother but I consider it my duty to say something to the nation and the sincere sympathy he has expressed to me I express my deepest feelings of gratitude. This overwhelming expression of grief and sympathy that has come out of the heart of every man, woman and child has made me extremely grateful. People of all classes of low and high countries, rich and poor.
I have been sent messages of sympathy and I thank them from the bottom of my heart. I am especially grateful to the people of my nation, the poor and the laborers whose eyes are still wide open and who have lamented over the death of the father of the nation. Expressed sympathy to me not physically but collectively with extreme grief. Sympathy Milli has lifted me in this dark hour of grief. It has lightened my burden and enabled me to be I can bear this grief. Allah did not approve that Quaid-e-Azam would serve Pakistan for more than a year. However, in this short period of time, he has laid the foundations of this country so strong that they cannot be easily shaken. On this occasion I want to remind you of some words of Quaid-e-Azam's last message. He said it.
“Nature has given you every blessing. He has given you unlimited resources. The foundations of your kingdom have been laid and now it’s in your hands to build it better and better in the shortest period of time. Just keep on striving. I you I pray for the success of "
The message is very clear. The demands of the hour are urgent and crucial. It is now your job to make your country both industrial and economically strong to withstand every risk. (Thanks ISPR)..