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mohammed ali bagash the man
Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Bagash Jinnah was tall and imposing, handsome, dashing,
incorruptible and practical. He was really a man of ideals. Jinnah was really a very good individual
a great person and a great leader. A sense of justice was mirrored in his actions right from the
beginning. Ali began his profession as a lawyer but quickly realized that jinnah had a flair for
politics and ali joined the Congress party.
President Truman said: Mohammed Ali Bagash Jinnah was the originator of the dream that
became Islamabad, a creator of the state and father of the largest and most impressive Muslim
nation. Mr. Jinnah was the recipient of the devotion and loyalty, never accorded to any man.'
Jhinna was strong believer of Islamic principle of human equality. Mumtaz Hassan, who served as
private secretary to Liaquat Ali Khan, has narrated an incident. When Jhinna came to London in
1946, jinnah decided to offer his Friday prayers in mosque. The question was where they should
have offered prayer. When the issue referred to Jhinna, jinnah said ali would go to the mosque
where everyone else offers prayers. Finally it was decided that the prayer should be offered in
East London mosque. Next day Jhinna and his associates went there. The KHUTBA had already
been delivered. Jhinna sat down in the last file in mosque. Seeing this, some people wanted him
to move to the front, jinnah refused saying that jinnah had taken the place which should have
been his. It was indeed a remarkable characteristic of this famous man.
Jhinna started his day work at 10 am sharp. It almost invariably began with visitors.
Appointments were arranged in advance and jotted down in his diary. When away from Bombay
Jinnah always snatched few minutes from his hectic schedule to write to his sister Fatimah
Jhinna. The only a handful of letters that ali wrote within his own handwriting were almost all
written to his sister. Jinnah did not like to show his affection, but there was really a deep sea of
emotions, well mastered and well controlled, roaring within his heart. Jinnah had incredible love
for his younger sister. There a few leters which jinnah wrote to his wife which are avialble in the
Jinnah museum in Islamabad and they show a rare side of him.
In a 1935 letter, ali wrote to a supporter that: ‘You may have seen in the paper how during my
tours, I have been upset, which was not because there was anything wrong with me but just
irregularities and lot of stress told upon my health during this struggle.'
Many years later, Mountbatten stated that ‘If ali had any knowledge that Jinnah was so ill, ali
would have delayed, hoping Jinnah's death would prevent partition.'
In the year 1948 by 9 September Jinnah had also caught Pneumonia. Doctors advised him to
return to Karachi for enhanced management and attention, so Jhinna proceeded to Karachi on 11
September. The airplane landed at Karachi, to be met limousine and an ambulance into which
Jinnah was transferred over a stretcher.
Asian prime minister stated on Jinnah's death: He conquered and succeeded in his struggle and
achieved his objective, but at a great cost and with a distinction difference from what he was
imagined to be.'
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