Quaid-E-Azam, We Are Ashamed, We Disobey Your Words

Today is December 25th. As every passing year, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s birthday will be celebrated throughout the nation with great enthusiasm.  A guard change ceremony will be held at Mazar-e-Quaid. Messages will be issued by government officials at the central and provincial levels, reiterating the commitments that only by following Quaid’s words can we make progress.

Nowadays, in the age of social media, the younger generation will exchange Quaid-e-Azam’s birthday messages throughout the day. And then we will remember the Quaid only when we pass by the shrine of the Quaid or our work will get stuck. It is our misfortune that we have remembered Quaid-e-Azam by limiting him to notes and shrines. That is why we are being humiliated all over the world despite being rich in natural resources.

Quaid-e-Azam Is My Ideal

You go to a class and ask the students who are your ideals? So the answer of the majority will be, Quaid-e-Azam. Maybe one of these talented students will also tell you that I consider Quaid-e-Azam as an ideal because Quaid-e-Azam sacrificed himself to make Pakistan, you worked day and night despite your illness. Maybe someone will also tell you that Quaid-e-Azam was a practical and principled man, convinced of punctuality. Quaid-e-Azam not only believed in the rule of law, but he did not break the law all his life. You are not kinship.

Take the whole life of Quaid-e-Azam and see if he gave or did not take a bribe. Religion is your personal matter; Quaid-e-Azam has acted on it. Whether they were Sunnis, Wahhabis or Brahmins, no one knows. Promising, not taking protocol, not eating government money, not compromising on principles, not violating anyone’s rights, not being rude to anyone, you possessed many such invaluable qualities. But if you ask this young man what qualities you have in your Quaid-e-Azam, he will be unanswerable. This is how we all treat the Quaid as a nation.

Quotes of our Quaid

We need to embellish our lives with the words of Quaid-e-Azam. For example, on one occasion he said, “We are all Pakistanis and none of us are Sindhi, Balochi, Bengali, Pathan or Punjabi. We should be proud to be Pakistani only”.

Addressing the Legislative Assembly on August 11, 1947, Quaid-i-Azam said that justice and equality are my guiding principles.

If our legislatures enact legislation keeping this decree in mind and the judiciary ensures its implementation, then surely the people will breathe a sigh of relief and the people will get justice in their own lives instead of after death.

Speaking in Karachi on December 28, 1947, Quaid-e-Azam said, “Unity, strong faith and organization are the key points that will not only make us the fifth largest nation in the But still make us a stronger country than any other nation in the world.  ”

As a nation, we must believe that every word of Quaid-e-Azam has the status of command for us. And the order is obeyed, not the frame is made into an ornamental wall. But we are unfortunate that when it comes to action, we consider it enough to follow a command. You may be surprised to know that there is a decree of the Quaid which we follow that we will not recognize Israel in the light of the decree of the Quaid. If even half of our nation obeys this commandment, we can become a developed nation.

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