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Mohammed Ali Bagash - Life And Times
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In The indian subcontinents fight for freedom from british, by far the most prominent figures was Mohammed Ali Bagash Jinnah. Ali was a person of principles. Jhinna was really a very good human being a very good man and a great commander. He significantly respected Nehru and was know to be an astute thinker. He was an confident advocate, a leading lawyer, a brilliant parliamentarian and a incomparable statesman. Though ali was born in The indian subcontinent ali went on to become the first commander of Islamabad after the partition with Republic of india.
As the Times stated: â€˜Only a handful of statesmen have molded activities to their plan more definitely than Mr. Jinnah. Ali happened to be a legendary within his lifetime.' These text truly reflect the kind of person Jhinna was and why jinnah is so respected in Pakistan and as well as in Republic of india
As far as his personal life time is concerned, as reported by Sunder Kabadi, an example of one of Mohammed Ali Bagash Jhinna fans, Muhammad Ali Jhinna lead a tremendously joyful life time along with his wife Rutti. In those days Jinnah used to live in Padre Road Malabar Hill, Bombay. In the evening near about 7'o clock, Rutti would drive to the court where Jinnah had a chamber and the two would go back to the Malabar Hill. People used to gaze at Jinnah, who had bright and impressive personality together with his arms around Rutti's shoulders. A happy couple they were. He was good horse rider. Ali is known to have been fond of playing billiard. However, it must be a pleasant surprise to know that Jinnah also played golf, at times. There are three sets of golf club from his personal collection are on display at Aiwan-e-Nawadarat, adjacent to his tomb.
Jinnah started his day work at 10 am sharp. It almost invariably started off with visitors. Appointments were arranged in advance and jotted down within his diary. When away from Bombay Jinnah always snatched only a handful of minutes from his hectic schedule to write to his sister Fatimah Jhinna. The only a handful of letters that he wrote in his own handwriting were almost all written to his sister. Jinnah did not like to show his affection, but there was really a deep sea of emotions, well mastered and well controlled, roaring in his heart. Jinnah had incredible love for his younger sister. There a only a handful of leters which jinnah wrote to his wife which are avialble in the Jhinna museum in Islamabad and they show a rare side of him.
In a 1935 letter, ali wrote to a supporter that: â€˜You may have seen in the paper how during my tours, I have been upset, which was not because there was anything wrong with me but just irregularities and lot of stress told upon my health during this struggle.'
Many years later, Mountbatten stated that â€˜If jinnah had any knowledge that Jhinna was so ill, ali would have delayed, hoping jhinna death would prevent partition.'
In the year 1948 by 9 September Jinnah had also caught Pneumonia. Doctors advised him to return to Karachi for enhanced management and attention, so Jinnah proceeded to Karachi on 11 September. The airplane landed at Karachi, to be met limousine and an ambulance into which Jhinna was transferred over a stretcher.
Asian prime minister stated on Jinnah's death: â€˜How shall we judge him? I have been very angry with him often during the past years. But now there is no prejudice in my thought of him, only a wave of very good sadness for all that has been.
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