Remembering Jinnah – In The Words of Some Famous Ones

  • All religions hold that God sends suitable people into the world to work out his plans from time to time and at critical junctures. I regard Mr Jinnah as the man who has been called upon to correct the wrong ways in which the people of India have been led by the leadership of Mr. Gandhi.

                                                                                                                                 Leader of the scheduled Castes (M.C.Rajah)

  • The old Advocate of Unity, Mr. M.A.Jinnah, … was advanced than his colleagues, and stood head and shoulders above them.

– Nehru

  • ‘Jinnah is Incorruptible and Brave’

– Gandhi

  • A most accomplished lawyer, outstanding amongst Indian lawyers, and a fine constitutionalist.

– Sir Stafford Cripps

  • An outstanding figure of this century not only in India, but in the whole world.

– Dr. Kailashnath Katju, the West Bengal Governor in 1948

  • Jinnah contributed more than any other man to Pakistan’s survival.

– Richard Symons

  • I consider Quaid-e-Azam a great soldier of Jang-e-Aazadi.

– Fakharuddin Ali Ahmed, Indian President

  • No one in history of India was loved so much like Jinnah.

– Bertrand Russell

  • Ali Jinnah is a constant source of inspiration for all those who are fighting against racial or group discrimination.

– Nelson Mandela

  • Jinnah was the most beautiful man I ever seen.

– Lady Wavel

  • I believe no power can buy Mr. Jinnah.

– Gandhi

  • Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. Mohammad Ali Jinnah did all three.

– Prof. Stanley Wolpert

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