Listan Maulana Tariq Jameel’s Dream About Quaid e Azam
قائداعظم مجھے خواب میں ملے، میںنے پوچھا آپ کا قبر میں کیا حال ہے، قائداعظم نے فرمایا ، مجھے بڑا ۔۔ سنیے مولانا طارق جمیل کا حیرت انگیز خواب
Jinnah was an Indian politician who successfully campaigned for an independent Pakistan and became its first leader. He is known there as ‘Quaid-I Azam’ or ‘Great Leader’. Mohammed Ali Jinnah was born on 25 December 1876 in Karachi, now in Pakistan, but then part of British-controlled India. His father was a prosperous Muslim merchant.
Jinnah studied at Bombay University and at Lincoln’s Inn in London. He then ran a successful legal practice in Bombay. He was already a member of the Indian National Congress, which was working for autonomy from British rule, when he joined the Muslim League in 1913. The league had formed a few years earlier to represent the interests of Indian Muslims in a predominantly Hindu country, and by 1916 he was elected its president.
In 1920, the Indian National Congress launched a movement of non-cooperation to boycott all aspects of British rule. Jinnah opposed this policy and resigned from the congress. There were by now profound differences between the congress and the Muslim League.