Muhammad Ali Jinnah

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Noun1.Muhammad Ali Jinnah - Indian statesman who was the founder of Pakistan as a Muslim state (1876-1948)
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Later, a charismatic politician, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, became its standard bearer and subsequently the first governor-general of the state of Pakistan following the British partition of India in 1947.
Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, was no doubt one of the most charismatic leaders in world history.
'Our elder Hassan Ali Effendi established the Sindh Madressatul Islam where Quaid-i-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah also studied,' he said and added that his family never exploited their contributions like others who established a hospital with the help of donations and then exploited this contribution for political gains.
Allama Iqbal dreamt of a Islamic state for the Muslims of India, whereas, Mohammed Ali Jinnah transformed Iqbal's dream into reality and established Pakistan as a homeland for the Muslims, a feat unprecedented in history.
On March 23, a resolution was passed by the Pakistan Muslim League led by the founder of Pakistan Mohammed Ali Jinnah and other founding fathers.
Speaking to the media after laying a floral wreath at the mausoleum of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah on Pakistan Day, the Sindh police chief disclosed that investigators have "some leads" in the case.
"The day brings an opportunity to aspire us all with the dream of never-ending prosperity and stability for our beloved country Pakistan which was aimed by our dynamic leader Mohammed Ali Jinnah. Being expats I hope we all keep working tirelessly towards uplifting the image of our country all over the world," Nazir said.
Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah rightly said: 'There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen.
KARACHI -- A three-daylong first International conference on 'Data Science' will start on February 7 at Mohammed Ali Jinnah University Karachi.
ISLAMABAD -- 'A central thought of the Father of the Nation Mohammed Ali Jinnah in creating Pakistan was that it will be a democratic and progressive state and not a theocratic or autocratic one in which thoughts and actions of individuals are controlled by a few in the name of ideology'.
As we enter the final stages of our nationwide struggle against polio with only eight polio cases reported last year, let us take a moment on this Pakistan Day to reflect upon a timeless message from the Father of our Nation, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah, who once said:"My message to you all is of hope, courage and confidence.
For example, he says apropos of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, whose eventual insistence on a Muslim-majority state would lead to the vivisection of India and the creation of Pakistan, that every dream of homogeneity must face up to the fact that "identity is prone to be secessionist" (308).