What did jinnah do?

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In short , Jinnah gave freedom to not only Indians but also to Muslims as well.

Remember , a person with soo sharp brain , strong personality are not ordinary people. He did what he has done and world have seen.

Nature used him to divide India and bring out a beautiful Freedom in the form of Pakistan.

He was sent for a purpose of Nature and he acted accordingly and finally gave us Pakistan. Not to forget that existence of Pakistan is not less than a miracle.

and the miracle was the order of Nature and Jinnah was a source to perform it.

Pakistan was made by Muhammad Ali and Fatima.

Names in itself are not less than a miracles.

He is a hero , not doubt.


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What is the cast quaid-e-azam mohammed ali jinnah?

Jinnah's family belonged to the Ismaili Khoja branch of Shi'a Islam, though Jinnah later followed the Twelver Shi'a teachings.

What was the name of quaid-e-azam's wife?

His first wife was a distant cousin named Emibai Jinnah. His second wife and mother of his daughter was Ratanbai Petit ("Ruttie") - after the marriage she took (though never used) the name Maryam Jinnah.

Compare Nehru report with quaid's 14 point?

The main difference between the nehru report and jinnah points was that Nehru report focused on addressing the issues related to hindus whereas jinnah points focused on addressing the issues related to muslims. Jinnah points demanded separate rights for muslims which were left ignored in Nehru report. Jinnah demanded the separate electorate rights for muslims. He demanded that muslim majority areas should be given a separate status Jinnah suggested that sindh should be separated from the Bombay presidency. Hence Jinnah points were for the protection of rights of muslims and Nehru report failed to address the rights of muslims. A comparison of the Nehru Report with the Quaid-e-Azam's fourteen points shows that the political gap between the Muslims and the Hindus had really widened. Fourteen points of Quaid-e-Azam became principles for the Muslims of India. The importance of these points can be judged by the fact that these points were presented in the Round Table Conference of 1930. As a result, these points became the demands of the Muslims and greatly influenced the Muslims thinking for the next two decades till the establishment of Pakistan in 1947

What is the father name of quaid-e-azam?

father's name of Quaid-e-azam was, Jinnahbhai Poonja.

Was maulana Abdul kalam azad against the two nation theory of the Muslims?

Yes, Maulana Abdul Kalam was against the two nation theory presented by Muhammad Ali Jinnah in the year 1946

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What was the name of jinnah's sisters?

Maryum Jinnah Shireen Jinnah Fatima Jinnah

And who is ratti jinnah?

Ratti jinnah was wife of Muhammad ali Jinnah.

Mother's name of Muhammad Ali Jinnah?

Mithibai. Jinnah was Muhammad Ali Jinnah's mother.

Was Fatima Jinnah Muslim?

Fatima Jinnah, sister of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, was a Muslim. She was a Shi'a.

What was the cause for Jinnah death?

Jinnah Muhammad Ali died of natural cause in 1947.for more information on Jinnah and his life :jinnah-muhammad-ali

Who was the son of Muhammad Ali Jinnah?

jinnah had no son

Who was Fatima Jinnah and what was her education or qualification?

what was the qualification of Fatima Jinnah

When did Maryam Jinnah die?

Maryam Jinnah died in 1929.

When was Maryam Jinnah born?

Maryam Jinnah was born in 1900.

What is the name of mohammed ali jinnah's father?

poonja jinnah

Who founded the Jinnah movement?

Muhammed Ali Jinnah founded the Jinnah movement, which advocated for the creation of what would become Pakistan.

Where comes the name jinnah?

Jinnah is the name of a famous caste in sub-continent with which which founder of Pakistan Muhammad Ali Jinnah belonged.