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Jinnah’s Pakistan

Jinnah’s Pakistan

Qaid e Azam Muhammad ali Jinnah’s vision was to establish a separate homeland for Muslims of the sub-continent where every citizen could live according to their religion, civilization, tradition and equal rights. A vision which happened to be the consequence of the biggest migration ever occurred in the history. A vision which succumbed huge number of sacrifices in every aspect for the sake of better future. The vision of quid emphasized a liberal and tolerant Islam, socio-economic justice, a participatory and democratic polity, constitutionalism, rule of law, equality of opportunities irrespective of cast, creed and religion and opportunities for education and development of natural and inherent of the people. A vision which names us! Islamic republic of Pakistan.

The founder of Pakistan said, and I quote,

“My young friends, your main occupation should be in fairness to yourself, to your parents and state, devote your attention to your studies, if you fritter away your energies now, you will always regret.

Qaid e Azam always looked at the youth as the leaders of tomorrow. He insisted to strive and work for the satisfaction with patience. He believed a strong faith and strict discipline can inculcate and promote the feelings of nationhood in the citizens. He considered the key asset for the country and reminded the young generation several times about their roles in the development and prosperity of Pakistan. He advised that,

“I look that you will be the builder of Pakistan, never be exploited and neither be misled. You must know the international events and environment and be aware of the political situation of the era.”

The leader gave a clear and right vision to the nation in all field of life regarding education as its an important pillar for development of every nation. He clearly said that education will be according to the cultural norms and Islamic values and will of the right time and right type.

Muhammad ali jinnah had a vision for the youth, he had enlightened notions and foreseeable positive implementation for the sake of youth to help them upbring their living standards through education and skills as well as create them as platinum asset for the country, but
 currently we own a broken, shattered, lost and visionless youth. Our leadership is more into their own personal interests rather than focusing on youth’s development and training for better Pakistan. The youth has been trapped in a culture marked by guns, violence and drugs. All this has resulted in an unstable economy and break up of social fabric. The primary objective of the founder of Pakistan of EDUCATION FOR ALL is still a dream for our youth. Unemployment has started a vicious circle of associated problems which are taking the shape of social enigma. One of the other major contradictors of jinnah vision is the usage of drugs by the youth which is affecting the whole generation. Corruption is another stigma for the visionary pages of the leader.

But despite the multiplicity of problems, its still a right time for the government, society as well as individually to understand our responsibilities and act according to the vision of qaid e azam Muhammad ali jinnah for the sake of our homeland, Pakistan.

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