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Your view about Mr. Jinnah ?

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Asked by ravisinha, 16 Aug '09 07:50 pm
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For the community towhich he belongs,he worked like Gandhi & Nehru, it's other thing that officially Ghandi and Nehru are not community centerd.
Answered by akhilesh mishra, 16 Aug '09 07:54 pm

 
  
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Unfortunately most people believe what they want to believe. In the process in India, because of partition he has become a villain and a hero in Pakistan. When Gandhi earned a big name in South Africa, Indian community in England invited him to London for a felicitation and the welcome address was delivered by young Jinnah. He returned to India before Gandhi and within no time became a successful Lawyer in Bombay High Court and his daily income was a fabulous Rs. 500/-. The young person became a member of the elite of Bombay and was liked by all top people including the rich businessman, Sir Dinshaw Petit, whose daughter fell in love with Jinnah and they got married. After Gandhi returned to India, Gujarati community of Bombay felicitated him in the lawns of Sir Dinshaw Petits bungalow at Malabar Hills and again the welcome address was delivered by Jinnah. Starting from Tilak, many stalwarts were alive then and so both Gandhi and Jinnah belonged to the second rung of leaders. Gandhi th ...more
Answered by Sankar Mitra, 26 Aug '09 06:20 pm

 
  
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He made religion as the basis of nationhood. The break away of Bangla Desh and failure of Pakistan as a state have proved him wrong. Moreover the validity of his arguement, that muslims can never live happily as minorty community in India, needs to be assessed by making a comprhensive comaparision of the well being of an average muslim in his Land of he Pure with those in the Land of the kafirs
Answered by Vikram, 16 Aug '09 10:15 pm

 
  
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Bad person .Obstinate .Non compromising .
Answered by minticool, 16 Aug '09 08:35 pm

 
  
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Jinnah was not a staunch Muslim as far as religion is concerned. He was a liberal politician, very shrewd lawyer who used his knowledge per force for Muslim cause. Till 1929 he was a staunch supporter of Hindu Muslim Unity, but some incidents in Mumbai Bar provoked him to make U turn from his earlier attitudes. It is said that the RSS dominated Bar of Mumbai Court humiliated him, making him a die hard supporter for creation of Pakistan. Initially he was so frustrated that he left India for about 11 years and started practising in London till 1939. When Congress movement reached its peak, then British Govt. instigated Jinnah in the name of safeguarding interests of Muslims. It was then, that he started supporting the Muslim League's demand of Partition. Muslim league was not competent enough to effectively plead its cause, and Jinnah's Legal manipulative deliberations helped them in realizing their dream come true on 14th August 1947 in the form of Pakistan. That's why they call him Qua ...more
Answered by subhash tiwari, 16 Aug '09 08:26 pm

 
  
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Jinnah was a hawk. When the point of INDEPENDENCE was first raised, he queried : Independence for whom?
Inspite of best efforts from all concerned to avoid division of the country, he declared Independence for PAKISTAN as a MUSLIM majority state
Answered by John Mascarenhas, 16 Aug '09 08:03 pm

 
  
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Jinna was an opportunist fellow. When the efforts of freedom fighters were maturing he emerged to eat the fruit nad caused partition of country. Though I believe the partition was good for our country but the manner in which the whole process was executed and hatred it generated was regrettable. But we are much happier with partition than if there were no partition.
Answered by Prashant, 16 Aug '09 07:59 pm

 
  
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Have nerver seen him or met how. so there is no way i can form a view about mr Jinnah
Answered by iqbal seth, 16 Aug '09 07:59 pm

 
  
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He was a selfish and introvert person whose only intention was to become PM or President of India, and was even willing to divide the country to achieve his aim. I do not like such people
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 16 Aug '09 07:54 pm

 
  
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