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WRITTEN SPEECH FOR 25 DECEMBER, BIRTH DAY OF QUAID- E- AZAM MUHAMMAD ALI JINAH
Quaid e Azam means the greatest leader
Who makes the destiny of a newly born nation
A great conqueror, adviser and teacher
And torch bearer to a lofty destination
Dear Mr. President, Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinah was actually worthy of this graceful title bestowed upon him by his thankful nation. Quaid was born on the auspicious date of birth of Eesa (a.s) who is known as Christ, the savior of humanity, Quaid was the savior of the Muslims of the sub continent Indo Pak, Today when the whole nation is celebrating his birth day let us cast a glance at his eventful life.
When we study the early boyhood of the Quaid we know that he possessed high qualities of head and heart from the very beginning of his precious life. The young Ali was blessed with all the promising qualities which he displayed throughout his life.
Dear Mr. President, young Ali gave the message of cleanliness of thought as well as of physical cleanliness to all Pakistani youth. Our national poet Dr. Allama Iqball wanted the youth of the nation not to roll in dust but be eagles, sit on the rocks of high mountain and fly in the heights of blue skies. Similarly Quaid wanted the youth of the nation to be neat and clean in every field of their life. Once he saw some boys playing marbles in a dusty street. He brought a bat, a ball and wickets for them and forbade them to play marbles as that game makes hands and clothes dirty, He advised them to keep on playing cricket till he returned from England and joined them,
Dear Mr. President, Neat and clean dress of our Quaid was not only the sign of his excellence but of his purity of heart and soul also.
Dear audience, High and matchless principles of Islam, humanity and morality were always before our Quaid. He always strictly acted upon them, preached them and struggled for them and the same was the cause of his wagging struggle against the political injustice from both the Hindues and the British. He was a selfless and fair person. When he practiced as a lawyer unlike so many other lawyer of that time his aim was not to amass wealth through this profession. There are so many cases in his carrier as a barrester when he refused to take extra or prize money from his clients.
Honorable Mr. President and respected audience, our great Quaid could never even think of losing his self respect and dignity. Once during the hearing of a case a judge said to him, “Mr. Jinah you should keep in mind that you are not addressing to a III class judge.” “Be satisfied my lord you are also not addressing to any III class advocate” the answer came from young Mr. Jinah.
Dear Mr. President and dear audience, In short every aspect of our Quaid’s successful life was a model of virtues. Ala, Pakistani nation only received the gift of this beautiful land from him but neglected the golden principles of conduct which could surely make this land a land o f peace and prosperity, according to his wishes.
My dear fellow country men, 25th December reminds us of Quaid’s towering personality.
and his golden principles for beautifying Pakistan. Let us determine earnestly to make these principles the guiding stars for our activities and actions to glorifying Pakistan.
Quaid e Azam zinda baad.
Pakistan Painda baad.
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