CHAPTER 10- WHAT QUAID E AZAM SAID

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Q. 1.    When and where was the Qauid-i-Azam born?

Ans:     Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah was born at Karachi on 25th December, 1876.

Q.2.     What do you know of his early life?

Ans:     We know of his early life that as young boy, he was educated ate Karachi. When, he was sixteen years old, he passed his matriculation examination and was sent to England for higher studies.

Q. 3.    Why is 14 August 1947 an important date for us?

Ans:     14 August 1947 is an important date for us because Pakistan came into being on this date.

Q. 4.    What did Quaid-i-Azam say about education?

Ans:     Quaid-i-Azam said about education, “The world is moving so fast that if we do not educated ourselves we wil not only be left behind but also will be no more.”

Q. 5.    What other advice did the Quaid-i-Azam give to his people?

Ans:     The Quaid-i-Azam gave the advice to the people of pakistan to work hard with honestly, earnestly and selflessly for the development and prosperity of Pakistan.

Q. 6.     What did Quaid ask the people to do for the progress and prosperity? or What advice did the Quaid give to his people?

Ans:    Quaid-e-Azam advised his people to educate themselves and to serve Pakistan honesty, earnestly and selflessly for it was only then that Pakistan would prosper and grow stronger.

Q. 7.     What did the Quaid say about education at the Gujrat educational Conference held in January 1945?

Ans:    At the Gujrat Educational Conference held on 14th January 1945, the Quaid said the education was a matter of life and death to our nation, and that the world was moving fast and if we did not educate our selves we would not only be left behind but will not even exist.

Q. 8.     Why did Quaid leave the Indian National Congress and joined the All India Muslim League?

Ans:    Mr. Jinnah realize that the Hindus and the Muslims could never agree on any point. Besides he realized that the Congress was selfish and aimed at promoting only the interest of the Hindus.

Q. 9.    Use the following words in your own sentences:

Always, lawyer, parallel, separate, unfortunate.

Always: Always speak the truth.

Lawyer: He was a lawyer.

Parallel: He drew a parallel line.

Separate: He purchased a separate home.

Unfortunate: It was his unfortunate to fail in examination.

Q. 10.  Short Note:

Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah was born at Karachi on 25th December, 1876. He was the founder of Pakistan. As a young boy, he was educated at    Karachi. At the age of sixteen, he passed his matriculation and then he was sent to England for higher studies. On returning from England he started practice as a lawyer first in Karachi and then in Bombay. He joined the Indian National Congress but soon left it and joined, the Muslim League, to lead the Muslims of India. He started a long and hard struggle to get a separate country for the Muslims of India. On 14 August, 1947, Pakistan appeared on the map of the world. He worked day and night for the progress and improvement of Pakistan.

The Qauid-i-Azam died on 11th September, 1948. Although he left us very soon but his speeches are there to guide us. If we follow the directions given in them we shall be able to serve our country in better way.

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