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Q: Why Muhammad Ali Jinnah decided to take up law as profession?
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Which chief justice take oath to Mr Muhammad Ali Jinnah?

Sir Abdul Rahid.

What happened in 1934 in history of Pakistan?

1934 was an important year because in March, Muhammad Jinnah, considered by many to be the founding father of Pakistan, decided to take over the leadership of the Muslim League. This was an organization that was not really taken very seriously at the time; but thanks to his leadership, it gradually became a unified and dynamic political group. Muhammad Jinnah's advocacy was influential in the campaign for an independent Pakistan.

Where did jinnah gandhi meetings take place?

the jinnah ghandi parleys took place b/w 9th to 27th sept 1944 at quaid,s residence on bombay ..... !!!!!!

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When did jinnah gandhi parleys take place and where?

The Jinnah Gandhi Parleys took place between the 9th and 27th September 1944 at the Quaid's residence in Bombay.

When did Quid-e-Azam take oath as first Governor General of Pakistan?

Answer : 15th Aug 1947 Muhammad Ali Jinnah became the first governor general of Pakistan. He remained governor general till September 11, 1948 that is when he died.

Who accepted cabinet mission plan of India 1942?

it was first accepted by jinnah but when nehru stated that no partition would take place once the british left so it was rejected by jinnah.

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Was Muhammad Ali Jinnah the real founder of Pakistan or was it the Britons?

Definitely it was only Quid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah who founded Pakistan against the strong wishes of Hindu Leaders with the Likes of Gandhi, Nehru etc, who wished for Akhand Bharat (The United India) and the Britain govt who was baised towards the Hindus and wanted to give complete rule to Hindus and last but not least some short sighted Muslim leaders (mostly Religious ). Against these 3 main forces Jinnah fought heroicly and Carved Pakistan. He , in a western historian's words, became the only and unique leader who created the satate, nation and society at the same time.The British haven't been called 'Britons' since the Romans left Britain around 500 AD To answer your question, the whole area we now call India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and the disputed Kashmir region was, under British rule called India. When independence was granted in 1948 it was decided that separate states should be set up on religious lines to stop the constant waring between Muslim and Hindu. It was decided that East and West Pakistan would be Muslim states in their own right while the India we know today would be largely Hindu. East and West Pakistan fought and became Bangladesh and Pakistan. Pakistan now claims Kashmir as a part of the Muslim state and the area has been hotly disputed for many years. One word answer: BritainYes! Obviously Muhammad Ali Jinnah is the real founder of Pakistan. He was the only great leader at that time which fought with two big enemies Britain and Hindus, with truth, loyalty and devotion. Hindus did not want the country to be divided and 'Britons' were their friends. Muhammad Ali Jinnah was the one who take this Great Country Pakistan from their jaws and make this dream of Muslims come true.:Why, of course, Jinnah was the founder of Pakistan. It is a pity that someone asks this question. Jinnah can not be replaced by someone else. Jinnah has to be credited for the making of Pakistan. And it was not only Jinnah. There were many other freedom fighters including Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Fatima Jinnah, Allama Mohammad Iqbal etc. Surely, we have to salute to them all for creating such a lovely homeland for us, Pakistan. It's culture, ceremonies and rituals, all reflect upon the personality and works of our Quaid-e-Azam. Surly, all the Shaheeds awarded Nishan-e Haider and Nishan-e-Imtiaz made Pakistan be safe from enemies. In this case, no offense meant, but Indians. This is completely wrong if people think that the British created Pakistan. How can we forget that the British Lord Monutbatten was Jinnah's biggest rival?according to historyIt is a long history lesson so i will break it down in points and you can research further if you want.Jinnah was initially against the creation of Pakistan.He changed his mind after the betrayal of Hindu congress party.He was invited by the Allama iqbal (widely accepted as the founder of idea of paksitan) to lead the Muslim league. Muslim league was the only political representative of Muslims in India.Name Pakistan was suggested by Rahmat Ali.So you see that Jinnah was a political leader, brought in by philosophical leader and supported by other leaders. The thing to remember is the fact that al those people who were supporting Jinnah were running the Muslim political front before Jinnah. Without Jinnah, paksitan would have taken decades to be founded, but it would have come into existence. But without Iqbal there would have been no idea of Pakistan.So its really your pick. Personally I think its the idea that counts, who builds it, really doesnt matter.The according to History is the balanced and impartial answer. Pakistan is not a 'chair.\, a table or a bridge' that can be made by one person. Pakistan is a country that was created by Almighty Allah according to His own scheme. Millions of Muslims worked for it. Hero worship is against the teachings of Islam.

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