Includes bibliographical references (p. -211) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS480.842 .K46 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||90931425|
From there he happened to notice that the blue flag had not been raised on the residence of the Governor General. Absence of the flag meant that Jinnah had not yet reached home, so he made some enquiries and learnt that the ambulance had broken down in the midst of the Refugee colony. He then made arrangements for the second ambulance to be sent. The principal architects of this pact were Tilak and Jinnah. Had the spirit of that pact endured, the outcome of the freedom struggle would have been different — and better. In his book. Early years. Jinnah was the eldest of seven children of Jinnahbhai Poonja, a prosperous merchant, and his wife, Mithibai. His family was a member of the Khoja caste, Hindus who had converted to Islam centuries earlier and who were followers of the Aga is some question about Jinnah’s date of birth: although he maintained that it was Decem , school records from Karachi. There is no letter whatsoever that Jinnah ever wrote to Maulana Maududi. It is highly unlikely that Jinnah even knew of Maududi’s existence, who was at best a marginal character in the s. Maududi had been highly critical, in language bordering on abusive, of Jinnah and the Muslim League but he was never considered enough of a nuisance for.
In his book, The Muslim League so jinnah would have been wrong had there been no rss? stop this trend please.. Thanks x 1; #4. Chakar The Great SENIOR MEMBER. Messages: 3, so jinnah would have been wrong had there been no rss? stop this trend please.. Click to expand. In his book Jinnah and Tilak: Jinnah replied that he had always been very well treated. “There is no honour and no distinction which I have valued more than the privilege of being able. The founder of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, pleaded for a separate country for Muslims but his political upbringing in a pluralist society prevented him from declaring Pakistan an Islamic state. Contrary to the general perception in India, Mr. Jinnah was arguably a secular and liberal Muslim who wanted a Pakistan where all citizens would be equal in the eyes of the constitution irrespective. There have been adverse or favorable continents in journals and newspapers. But the strangest thing is that an Anjuman under the chairmanship of a quondam Unionist should have passed a Resolution demanding that the book be banned and its publishers punished on the ground that I had defamed the Quaid-i-Azam. None of the persons who spoke on the.
Mrs Vijay Lakshmi Pundit, Nehru’s sister and a prominent figure, stated, “If the Muslim League had Gandhis and Azads and Congress had only one Jinnah, then India would not have been. In Pakistan,Muhammad Ali Jinnah always has,and always will remain a revered there been no Jinnah,there probably would have been no Pakistan.(The Second World War helped too,hastening the departure of the British)/5(19). The first difficulty was that Jinnah had no moral conviction in Pakistan. He was, according to Mountbatten, a “psychopathic case” who believed that “all Hindus are sub-human creatures.”. M.J Akbar’s latest book, Gandhi’s Hinduism: The Struggle Against Jinnah’s Islam, is a study of events leading up to the Partition of India and its immediate aftermath. The book particularly focuses on the seven turbulent years between and