The founder of Pakistan, Qaid-e-Azam (The Great Leader) Mohammad Ali Jinnah was born on 25th December 1876 in Karachi at Jinnah Poonja house. At that times Qaid-e-Azam parents couldn’t even thought that one day their son would become a main reason for the freedom of a great nation Pakistan. He was a founder of Pakistan. Qaid-e-Azam’s nick name was Hameed. His father Poonja Jinnah wanted him to help him in his business. He got his primary education got from Sindh Madarasa-tul-Islam. He passed his barrister degree in 1896 from London. Then he started his law practice in Karachi.
He went to Bombay (Mumbai) in 1897 and spent three years in doing struggle. In 1900 he became Bombay presidency magistrate afterwards he was become one the famous lawyers. In 1906 he joined Congress. He had been doing his duties fearlessly and wholeheartedly. He went to the yearly meeting of Muslim in 1913 in Nagpur. He was motivated by Mollana Mohammad Ali Johar and Sayed Wazir Hussain, he joined Muslim league. In the same he was still member of Congress, the reason was because he wanted Hindu and Muslim unity. In 1938 the journalist of Al-Aman of Delhi, Mollana Mazhar-udin he selected the title Qaid-e-Azam for Mohammad Ali Jinnah after getting this title Qaid-e-Azam started more thinking about the Muslim community more than before. Although, it was already cleared; through Two-Nation theory, that the Muslim and Hindu are two nations and there was a big difference between cultures, customs and many things of these communities; so both couldn’t live together. By realizing all these things he separated from Congress in 1920.
In one meeting Allama Iqbal gave very good comments for Qaid-e-Azam that “He is incorruptible and unpurchasable” In that time a very famous personality Raj Gopal Achariya said that Qaid-e-Azam was a one of the most important personality of Asia region.
Qaidd-e-Azam was a very honest leader of Muslim in old Indian. He was noble and steady person in all his ways. He told to India that Muslim had right to have a separate homeland because they had many different thing than Hindus. After the seven of The Lahore Resolution of 1940, the Muslims of Indian succeeded to get their separate state. That was fruit of Qaid-e-Azam’s great struggle for the Muslims of India. On 14th August 1947 a new country was born on the face of the earth; according to him where Muslims could survive easily without any problem even person of this new country was free to practice their religion. We cannot every forget Qaid-e-Azam’s that great work for Pakistan because he spent almost all his life to make impossible into possible; so that we could live with all kind of freedom in our separate homeland.