Overview for Jinnah: The Founder of Pakistan in the Eyes of His Contemporaries and His Documentary Records at Lincoln's Inn
Much has been written about the partition of the subcontinent in 1947 and the Hindu political leaders of that time, Gandhi and Nehru. Comparatively little is known about Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan presents the reminiscences of friends and contemporaries of the man who was given the title of Quaid-i-Azam. The first part of the book is a compilation of the speeches made at the inaugural function of the M.A. Jinnah Society in Lincoln's Inn in April 1984 and other contemporary material, including the obituary and the lead article published in The times on Jinnah's death. The second part contains the documents relating to Jinnah's student days at Lincoln's Inn. The third part comprises extracts from speeches made by Jinnah, conveying his political philosophy. Finally, there is a comprehensive chronology, compiled by Salim Al-Din Quraishi.
Saleem Qureshi (Editor)
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