67th Death anniversary of the founder of Pakistan and the shining star of Millat e Ja’afaria Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is being celebrated today with respect and affection. Several politicians and military officials and other people from different walks of life have been visiting the Quaid’s tomb for Fatiha Khuwani.
Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born on 25th December 1876. He started his education in 1882 and went to England for higher education in 1893 where he studied law and became a Barrister in 1896 and then came back to his country. Quaid e Azam had a wonderful character and he gained respect by adapting principles of religion based on democracy, justice and equity.
Quaid e Azam kept his character and image clean despite being in the fields of politics and law and had been a source of inspiration for Muslims and for transformation of their mindset. He started his political career with honesty and a high standard and adopted a way that had always remained comprehensive and complete.
Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah passed away on 11th September 1948. Everyone was crying on his funeral and Alam e Ghazi Abbas was also hoisted on his funeral. His first funeral prayer was led by Moulana Ibn e Hassan Jarchavi after which his body was taken for political funeral prayer which was led by Moulana Shabbir Usmani. It should be clear that Shias, who were the founder of Pakistan, have now become a target of Deobandi and Wahhabi brutality, who were against the creation of Pakistan, in their own country. People who have been calling Quaid e Azam as Kaafir e Azam are now claim to be patriots which is a mere gimmick and a way to fool others.