MOHAMMED ALI JINNAH: Essay Writing Topics

Jose John December 16, 2015 No Comments
MOHAMMED ALI JINNAH: FROM A SECULAR LEADER TO A MUSLIM NATIONALIST Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the founding father of Pakistan, is revered as Quaid-e-Azam or the “Great Leader” in the country. But in India, he is thought to be responsible for the great divide that led to the creation of India and Pakistan and the turmoil following it. Mohammed Ali Jinnah was born on 25 December 1876 in Karachi and was brought up in Mumbai. After completing his High School, Jinnah went to London in 1893 to work for Graham’s Shipping and Trading Company. He married twice, his first wife having died early. He had a daughter named Dina with his second wife, Rattanbai Petit. In 1894, he quit his job and went on to study law at Lincoln’s Inn and became the youngest Indian to graduate. By the end of 1986, he went on to become a member of the Indian National Congress and was practicing as a barrister with the Bombay bar. During the course of his profession, he made it apparent that he had no respect for the British Empire. In 1905, the All-India Muslim League was formed; however, Jinnah refused to join it even though he was a major Muslim leader at the time. His secular...
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