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Creator of Pakistan. BY HECTOR BOLITHO. Failure is a word unknown to me. MOHAMMED ALI JINNAH. Reproduced by. maroc-evasion.info ar. 'In his Jinnah Hector Bolitho has written his best book for many years—a direct, created Pakistan and who accepted the sacrifices entailed without demur.'. Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd JINNAH Creator of Pakistan BY HECTOR BOLITHQ Failure is a word unknown to me.

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Jinnah Creator of Pakistan by Hector Bolitho - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) , Text File .txt) or read book online. The book Jinnah creator of Pakistan is one of the most readable and bright sketch of the character of the “Creator of Pakistan” been written by. 'Mr Bolitho has written a most readable and vivid sketch, in his familiar style, of the character and career of the creator of Pakistan. He has collected anecdotes.

It is based on interviews with contemporary important personailites who had interacted with Jinnah. Documents relating to Jinnah were in the possession of Miss Fatima Jinnah and these were not provided to the author. Highlights about Jinnah's life are that first he got proper education, called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn, return to India, sound legal career, safe and bright fortune then he entered politics. He remained in Gopal Krishna Gokhale and was impressed by him. In one chapter, it has been informed that Sir Syed Ahmed Khan established Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College, Aligarh with the object that only education might find the way to freedom and peace for Muslims. Idea of separate state for Muslims originated here. Jinnah became a member of the Viceroys Council and was re-appointed for second term. He married Rattenbai Petit. From to , Jinnah remained inactive from politics and paid more attention to legal practice. Liaquat Ali Khan convinced him to return to politics and lead the agitation for separate Muslim state. The turning point about separate state for Muslims came up when Congress leaders were in Jail from to , here Muslim league strengthened its hold during this period. The rest is history. It is a good reference Book. I read it first in Urdu in my school days.

Their vigilance has. Principal Information Officer to the Government of Pakistan. Mr Edwin Haward. I hope. Admiral J. General Sir Frank Messervy. I wish also to thank Mr Derek Ped.

Sir Eric Miiville. They have made corrections and suggestions. Colonel Geoffrey Knowles. Colonel E. The entire manuscript has been read by Sir Hawthorne Lewis. In one of these narrow streets. Newnham Road. I between the of Cutch and Cambay. The dust from the desert came down on them in hot clouds it invaded their food. Thousands of masons toil. Long before Jinnah was born. If the date born on Christmas Daya Sunday in Tokyo and the Baltic. I swelled the population to a million and a quarter.

On one side was the parched earth. Ancient bunder boats still come into the harbour from coastal ports. Some of the streets are so narrow. The date is uncertain in the register of his school. It was then a small town of some And there are destroyers. Karachi is the throbbing capital of the biggest Muslim country in the world refugees. Jinnah was then seven years old.

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When Jinnah was six years old. Although Jinnah's immediate ancestors were Muslims followers of the Khoja sect of the Aga Khan they came. Mohammed Ali Ganji. The year was In one of the tenement houses in old Karachi there lives Fatima Bai. I and she received me in her own room. Soon afterwards. When he was ten. Fatima Bai lives with her son. Mission School. In he went to England to study law and.

From Kathiawar. She was a bride of sixteen. He was eleven when he was returned to Karachi. He was born in the year that Imperial India was created. Mohammed Ali Ganji spread the papers on the bed. At night. When he sailed for England at the age of sixteen. Then he would read. His name was Nanji Jafar. One morning. You will go on teaching the boys to play cricket while I am away. He came in. We in two rooms on the first floor of the house in Newnham Road.

Though he had been at " school with Jinnah. I played marbles with him in the street. One night I went to him and said. We must stand up and play cricket. Nanji Jafar closed his eyes and dug deeper into his memory then he told his only anecdote ofJinnah's boyhood. Can you remember anything that he said to you? Don't play marbles in the dust. Mrs Naidu became one of Mohammed Ali Jinnah's few devoted friends.

She was a remarkable and talented woman. An Airibassador of Unity. Her eldest child was Mohammed Ali. Pakistanis sometimes enjoy the delights of gossip more than the science of history.

Ganesh Co. Mrs Naidu described him as the eldest son of a rich merchant. When he saw " his first advocate. After Partition. There isa tale. Then came Rahmat. His Speeches and Writings. Ahmed Ali. There are no letters. In his earliest photograph he appears as a lean boy. He was heir to a baronetcy a thirty-two- year-old bachelor. The one.

Mohammed Ali Jinnah was not yet sixteen when he sailed across the Arabian Sea. Frederick Leigh Croft. Over the gateway of the Sind Madrasah School in Karachi are the words. If the birth-date is to be believed the date also given in the records of the Law Society. Jinnah once said. His mind seldom doted on the past. I did not know a soul. JL listsexist. The house. I found a strange country and unfamiliar surroundings. Only bis reader's ticket for the British Museum has been saved.

From the beginning. He was to do two things brilliantly in his life: Fortune smiled on me. He had also abandoned his funny rest ' long yellow coat and adopted English clothes and perhaps.

Jinnah told Dr Ashraf that. I grasped that Liberalism. Up to April In an address to the Karachi Bar Association. Jinnahbhai bhai being a suffix used in the Gujrati language. Jinnah also said. It must have been an important moment in the development of his courage. His chief passions were in his mind. Mohammed Ali Jinnah had used his boyhood name. The Liberalism of Lord Mofley was then in full sway. The thrill must have been intensified on June Jinnah recalled.

On April There was another stirring innovation. Dadabhai Naoroji was a Parsee. The early iSpo's offered refreshing opportunities for any young novice in politics. Dadabhai Naoroji. His humorous old eyes. Photographs of him. Jinnah arrived in London in time to watch. May The beginning ofJinnah's partiality for Liberalism was well-timed. At the end of May In Women's Suffrage was one of his aims. The chapters in his biography.

He said: My election for an English constituency is a unique event. English constituency. The spirit of British rule. I desire to say a few words in analysis of this great and wonder ful phenomenon.

It is reasonable to suppose that Jinnah learned much from Naoroji's speeches that he absorbed some ideas from the Grand Old Man.

For the first time. The nature and quality of these ideas are revealed in the first speech which Dadabhai Naoroji made in the House of Commons on August 9. The Grand Old Man of India. That freedom of speech you have given to us. By conferring those privileges. Mr Balfour. Mr Gladstone. This is the conviction which permeates the whole thinking and educated classes of India.

He was expected. Dadabhai Naoroji continued: The glory and credit of this great event by which India is thrilled from one end to the other of the new life. A few days ago. Mohammed Ali Jinnah heard this speech. Jinnah recalled this incongruous adventure to Mr Nasim Ahmed 1 he described his experiences as a prompter. There are but two stories of these student as a human being. But I am afraid we were not imprisoned we were: There was but one episode. Jinnah answered. It was on Oxford and Cam bridge Boat Race night.

We found a hand cart in a side street. There is little trace of influence on his vocabulary. Many years kter. No more is known. I also have had my friction with the police. All the leaders have been arrested at " some time or other. I thank you for your matter of the prefix you should anxiety to respect my wishes in the use with my name.

I don't care for beautiful language: I only wish to see my idea come through. What is a prefix after all? Many years later. English had become his chief language.

There is one story. His clothes also remained English. His mother was dead. He might have been alarmed as hetried to resume his old habits in Karachi. Jinnah had been absorbed into the life of London: Mohammed Ali Jinnah sailed for Bombay in During four years.

K Saiyid. His hands spread so eagerly towards Ufe in London were now tied for lack of oppor tunity. And his father had lost whatever little fortune he had saved. He had listened also to the young reformers. He was then a qualified barrister.

He was aloof from such shabby: Jinnah must have felt like a stranger among his own people. Jinnah was perhaps ill at ease within the confines of the two rooms in Newnham Road: And his manner of address was English: Jinnah went in and asked for the appointment. He obtained the necessary recom mendation from Mr MacPherson. Jinnah's fortunes changed. The long and crowded could only speak.

The material struggle was over now he earned enough money to download a carriage. An anonymous author recalled the circumstances of this early gesture. September He sat. The first three years were of great hardship and although he attended his office regularly every day.

Bombay was a maze of caste and religious distinctions. John Molesworth MacPherson. Illustratta Weekly of Pakistan. In the heart of the city is the lofty Victorian-Gothic building where Jinnah began to practise. Anxieties would have been much greater and my health much worse. It was in this room that Jinnah began his career as an advocate.

The dovecots of orthodoxy went up in flutters. Many efforts were made to dissuade her from doing so. He There was a regular hue and cry. Inside the Court was an enclosure reserved for the lawyers. But he was so scrupulously honest. When Jinnah arrived he was quite unknown then there was nowhere for him to sit. There was a big case being tried in the High Court and the place was so full that the doors had to be closed.

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MacDonald must have been an unusual sort of man. The second 'office. Oh yes. Then the wretched Clerk simply had to go and ask MacDonald to yield up his place to Jinnah. The Clerk was reluctant. Although I have!

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Instead of being furious. He was a very important man manager of all the affairs of the Bombay Corporation. Jinnah's faith in himself was incredible. But he was right. Once he was established. Difficult Oh. And that reminds me of the nice story of a rich Hindu landowner I expect you know the story of Jinnah.

Mr Jinnah. He was even more independent in those lean years than he was later on. It was not in his nature. He saw that James MacDonald was occupying one of the chairs reserved for the lawyers and he asked him to move. Of course. Jinnah refused and said he expected to make that sum every day. Once when a client was referred to him. They were appearing.

He was what God made Mm. But he drove his points home points chosen with exquisite selection slow delivery. It was all pure. The solicitor then appealed to the judge. That is where his talents lay. But no one could deny his power of argument. Some of us used to resent his insolent manna: One of the younger men practising at that time younger than Jinnah was ML A.

He took it. You must realize that Jinnah was a great pleader. Mr counsel in a case which was suddenly called on for Soinjee was in another court at the time and the solicitor instructing him asked Jinnah to agree to a short adjournment Jinnah refused. He had to be briefed with care. He replied. When you examine what he said. When he stood up in Court. But Jinnah would not agree he: I remember him: I went up to him in the Bar Library and handed him the subscription list.

Jinnah returned it. This was in a profession made up mostly of Hindus and Parsees. Jinnah pressed him to defray certain of the appeal expenses out of his own pocket. There was no pleasure in Jinnah's life there were no interests beyond his: And because.

Some time kter. He was a hard-working. The solicitor again mentioned that his clienthad no money. This time. He lost but he still had faith in the case and he said that it should be taken to the Appeal Court. Much too serious to attract friends. Jinnah took it up. This is the amount you paid me.

There was never a whisper of gossip about his private habits. A figure like that invites criticism. Perhaps they were over-critical of a Muslim who came from business stock setting up such a standard of industry. There was a client who was so pleased with Jinnah's services in a case. This was the fee. Jinnah refused solicitor arguing that he had accepted the case on the condition that there was no fee.

I was genuinely fond of him. I can see him now. He laboured at his briefs. I believe he was a man without malice: One must realize. He was appointed by the petitioners to act for them in securing annulment of the elections. At that time. He went to Jinnah and Jinnah was working in Sir Pherozeshah Mehta's chambers. I would put that down to human nature Jinnah knew his kw: Haji Abdul Karim. Sir Pherozeshah Mehta was a Parsee. Mr We Jinnah.

If you will remove that pile of books in front of you. The case was lost. Will you ' accept this to cover the whole of your fees? My father 'was rekted to Jinnah's family and. I have five thousand rupees with me. Although I once or twice acted as magistrate in cases where Jinnah appeared before me. Five hundred rupees a day is my fee. He said. She wrote of him: Never was there a nature whose outer qualities provided so of Tall and stately. He accepted his fee of fifteen hundred rupees with good " grace.

Your son can come and work in my chambers. Somewhat formal and fastidious. Mohomed Ali Jinnah's attenuated form is the deceptive sheath of a spirit of exceptional vitality and endurance.

I was actually his junior in years. Mind you. But when he came into a room. What a beautiful sari I ' Women will forgive pride. His firstaim was the Indian National Congress. And he was so good- looking.

Mrs Naidu's warm regard for Jinnah was shared by many other young women who saw. WHEN he liked to relax in the company of young people. I am sure he was aware of his charm he: After he had listened to boy students who came to him with their eager plans for improving u the world. Among them was an old Parsee lady. He was no sentimentalist he chal: During the early sessions.

And rulers and task-masters they must continue. Gopal Krishna Gokhale afterwards a " patron and friend of Jinnah admitted that the present contract " " between India and England was a providential arrangement. For the Muslims. The division of the province led to riots. But the English had repeated. The dramatic appeal of the extremists. The rulers were forced into stem punishments and reprisals. One of the alarming effects of the Bengal episode was on the characterof Congress.

The intellectual emancipation had begun at the toprural and primary schools. An Indian scholar wrote that a British pattern of character and education had been imposed on the upper classes.

There terrible outrages in East India. Gokhale and Dadabhai Naoroji had to assume a more belligerent look. See p. Mr John Morley as Secretary for India.

He had been born only a few days ' ' before Queen Victoria was proclaimed Kaisar-i-Hind. I think. John Morley said in the Commons. This Parliament presents a considerable number already of new features. The goal of the Congress is that India should be governed in the interests of the Indians themselves.

I think a debate of this kind can do nothing but good to this country and also to our interests in India. Behind the banner marched Jinnah. The text of the speeches must have been heartening to readers of The Times of India next morning. The British people would not allow themselves to be subjected for a single day to such an unnatural system of govern ment as the one which has been imposed upon India for nearly a century and a half.

He his hadyfceard old master. We only want justice. Mrs Naidu. We do not ask favours. Instead of going into any further divisions or details of our right as British citizens. His ' slogan. I need thee not. I remember Sarojini Naidu she: Except for the heavy lips. They used to call Mrs Naidu. He had them sent from all over the world he cut pieces out of them. O Love. He would do this for hours all through he loved newspapers.

In the noon-tide hours. I am afraid that. But was Jinnah " " absolutely without passion? The Nightingale of Bombay '. Cohen We constantly hear how Pakistan is a failed state, which is about to collapse. This book counters this popular argument and presents an alternate view point. The author touches upon various facets including foreign policy, the role of army, the role of Islam, economy, etc.

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The solicitor again mentioned that his clienthad no money. He lost but he still had faith in the case and he said that it should be taken to the Appeal Court. One must realize. This is the amount you paid me. Sir Pherozeshah Mehta was a Parsee. Mr We Jinnah.

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At that time. He was appointed by the petitioners to act for them in securing annulment of the elections. He went to Jinnah and Jinnah was working in Sir Pherozeshah Mehta's chambers. Haji Abdul Karim. I would put that down to human nature Jinnah knew his kw: If you will remove that pile of books in front of you. The case was lost. He said. My father 'was rekted to Jinnah's family and. Although I once or twice acted as magistrate in cases where Jinnah appeared before me. Will you ' accept this to cover the whole of your fees?

She wrote of him: Never was there a nature whose outer qualities provided so of Tall and stately. Five hundred rupees a day is my fee. He accepted his fee of fifteen hundred rupees with good " grace. I was actually his junior in years. Somewhat formal and fastidious. Mohomed Ali Jinnah's attenuated form is the deceptive sheath of a spirit of exceptional vitality and endurance. Your son can come and work in my chambers. I have five thousand rupees with me.

Mrs Naidu's warm regard for Jinnah was shared by many other young women who saw. I am sure he was aware of his charm he: What a beautiful sari I ' Women will forgive pride.

But when he came into a room.. His firstaim was the Indian National Congress. Mind you. And he was so good- looking. WHEN he liked to relax in the company of young people. Among them was an old Parsee lady. After he had listened to boy students who came to him with their eager plans for improving u the world.

During the early sessions. And rulers and task-masters they must continue. He was no sentimentalist he chal: Gopal Krishna Gokhale afterwards a " patron and friend of Jinnah admitted that the present contract " " between India and England was a providential arrangement.

The dramatic appeal of the extremists. The intellectual emancipation had begun at the toprural and primary schools. One of the alarming effects of the Bengal episode was on the characterof Congress. The division of the province led to riots. An Indian scholar wrote that a British pattern of character and education had been imposed on the upper classes. But the English had repeated. The rulers were forced into stem punishments and reprisals.

For the Muslims. See p. Gokhale and Dadabhai Naoroji had to assume a more belligerent look. There terrible outrages in East India. This Parliament presents a considerable number already of new features. I think. John Morley said in the Commons. I think a debate of this kind can do nothing but good to this country and also to our interests in India. The goal of the Congress is that India should be governed in the interests of the Indians themselves.

He had been born only a few days ' ' before Queen Victoria was proclaimed Kaisar-i-Hind. Mr John Morley as Secretary for India. Behind the banner marched Jinnah. We only want justice. We do not ask favours. Mrs Naidu. Instead of going into any further divisions or details of our right as British citizens. The British people would not allow themselves to be subjected for a single day to such an unnatural system of govern ment as the one which has been imposed upon India for nearly a century and a half.

The text of the speeches must have been heartening to readers of The Times of India next morning. His ' slogan. He his hadyfceard old master. And my soul hungers for thy voice. They used to call Mrs Naidu. In the noon-tide hours. He was cold and aloof. There a vague story that Jinnah made a speech in Congress on is the opening day of the session. He had them sent from all over the world he cut pieces out of them. But in the desolate hour of midnight. It may sound ridiculous.

He would do this for hours all through he loved newspapers. Except for the heavy lips. I am afraid that. I need thee not. She wrote love poems was to him. But there is no proof of this. The Nightingale of Bombay '. The habit endured forty years later. I remember Sarojini Naidu she: But was Jinnah " " absolutely without passion?

O Love. All he sought was a sofa. Jkmah would hurry through the galleries thronged with treasures. They are watched night and day by stalwart Pathans. The colours of the earth in Karachi are dun and feeble. On the this edges of the city are the hovels of the poor the survivors of the biggest migration of human beings in all the history of the world. Later in the day it becomes fierce gold. They look like bell-tents on the march: At sunset. The thousands of rush huts seem to float in the mud and slime: There is ' also another world.

The most delightful sounds in Karachi are the camel and donkey bells. In the morning it is watery turquoise. ITthe once arid fishing village.

The city grows immense. Then comes the night. The cotton must be guarded against fire. In the city are the stacks of cotton bales. Among the shining motor-cars. There are great stretches of quiet. Withthe sense of depth.

Porus answered. At the vast meeting of Muslims. The trees of Lahore have deep. The train from Karachi arrives in Lahore in the evening. One hundred miles north of Lahore. They seem to be immense as oaks in an English park: Alexander the Great passed near Lahore. How shall I treat you?

There are no signs. The contrast. William Zam-Zamma was captured. Failure is a word unknown to me. Beyond Kim's Gun. There is one object. Kim was perhaps the first of these: He sat. The gardens. Who holds Zam-Zamma. Malik-i-MaidanThe King of the Battlefield. Shish Mahal Park. The name Zam-Zainma was the soldiers' onomatopoeic description of the splendid booming sound.

In between are die Sikh and British names. During the Sikh conquest of the Punjab. When the British came. While his guests are eating the fragments of silver. Hie mosques were defiled. Mian Amiruddin will explain that the noise comes from the silver beaters atwork. Mian Amiruddin will silver. Sir Thomas Roe. The Moghul rulers of India also ate their sweetmeats wrapped in silver. Guests at his table may hear.

Mosques and tombs were razed to the ground. The wars and terrors of three hundred years have not banished all the ghosts of these splendid times. Within the old. They butchered. Latif writes. There is The Mall. There is also Maharaj Ranjit Singh Road. The memories in the gardens are of neither Moghul. The pattern of British rule in the last half of the nineteenth century comes alive in these streets: Between the artificial hills.

The Lawrence Gardens have been changed to Jinnah Gardens. Set among these native street-names are memorials to British India the names planted there after the Punjab was annexed. But there are signs. Cooper Road. Then followed in order three sonsof Bahadur Shah. But I cannot forget that in the sky of India. In also. Lord Canning arrived in India as Governor-General.

In between were the years of increasing humiliation for the Muslims. On of Aurangzeb in Thenceforth the Great Mogul became a mere name. His son and successor was Bahadur Shah. Ten emperors after Aurangzeb are enumerated in the cnronides.

I wish for a peaceful term of office. Real power had passed into the hands of Mahommedan courtiers and Mahratta generals. JL of the Moghul rulers. But I will never allow an angry and At Balmoral. I will pursue no other as I I have been following: I will not govern in policy than that anger. I will deal out. The Indians are not a people capable of conquering indepen dence for themselves. Three statements.

The third statement was part of a letter written from India. She ' added. Since the days of Bacchus and Nimrod. India has constantly been over run and conquered by new races the Assyrians and Persians. President of the Council. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert opened a map of India.

As long have breath in my body. The conquerors have brought under the yoke and oppressed the races whom they found in possession. Beneath are printed his name and ultimate titles: The Hon'ble Dr.

He was the father of all that was to happen. Syed Ahmed Khan was born in Richard Symonds Faber. Hxey had lost their traditional positions in the police. Syed Ahmed Khan might therefore have embraced the traditions and conventions of his forbears.

There were no Muslim covenanted officers or High Court judges. In the photograph. Of Indian pleaders admitted to the Calcutta bar between and only one was a Muslim. In all the government-gazetted appointments of the province.

He had the splendid eyes. There a photograph of Syed Ahmed Khan. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Bahadur. But he was marked for lonely and independent flight: His language was mild. From to he worked in the kw courts in Delhi. During a realist. Syed Ahmed Khan found himself surrounded by young voices chanting the virtues of Reform.

During the still Mutiny. Syed Ahmed Khan was forty years oldand he had been in the judicial service for almost twenty years a young man.

He began work as a clerk. When the Mutiny ended. Syed Ahmed Khan wrote an honest and startlingbook. Syed Ahmed Khan was plunged from security to poverty when he was still in his 'teens: In addition.

The Causes of the Indian Revolt. The once-important Moghul city had lost much of its princely glamour. Syed Ahmed Khan was something of a changeling in the Muslim brood and too cautious to be trapped into frenzy. Some years later he wrote of the Muslims: They are under the influence of false and meaningless pre judices. They are also poorer. He had been bred on the basic theology of Islam. As early as It was after: He wrote: The people have no means of protesting against what they feel to be a foolish measure.

Hindu leaders in Benares began a movement to replace Urdu the chief language of the Muslims by Hindi. English and European literature was made available to the students. Aligarh helped to disperse this cloud of ignorance. Their own language. Lord Lytton but the vision. When the Muslims had been degraded and excluded from public office. The foundation-stone of the College was laid in by the Viceroy. The next great achievement which was to influence Jinnah. Among the many evils corrected by Aligarh was the sad state into which the Muslim language had deteriorated.

They were no longer aware of the trends of contemporary thought. During the birth of these lofty intentions. English professors and lecturers. Aligarh taught. Hindus wished to exercise so much pressure against normal civic rights of Muslims. Sir Sycd Ahmed Khan was then seventy-seven years old: Is it possible two nations the Moham that under these circumstances.

Albiruni Ashraf. He began to wonder that. The average Indian Moslem looked upon himself as a member of a universal religious brotherhood. While his allegiance was to Queen. In a speech in India in Transition. Most certainly not It is necessary should conquer the other and thrust it down. Mohammed Ali Jinnah was still England. To hope that both could remain equal is to desire the impossible and the inconceivable. Aligarh was krgely the focus for this emotion when he was older: One evening. Subject to family bequests and gifts to certain institutions.

When some of them were critical of their elders. Proof of this devption to Aligarh lies in the two or three short pages of his will. How many of you have lamps on your bicycles? Only one could say "Yes. Jinnah never revised his will. Jinnah interrupted them with the " " question. Jinnah was still tramping between Lincoln's Inn. Islamia College at Peshawar.

Through the long months. When the first generation of Aligarh students was already helping the Muslims towards a larger life and freedom of heart. Jinnah ordered therest of his fortune to be shared between Aligarh University.

Although Aligarh was then in alien territory. The six new members. But Jinnah did not admit this enlightmment until he was a much older man. Aligarh College was twenty-eight yean old. It was with the same concep tion. Ttue speeches made in Westminster. At Aligarh. By Lord Minto. They had learned an important following the partition of Bengal.

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The outside world. There was taJJk of appeasing the Indians by cancelling die partition of Bengal. As it was. The vehemence of the Hindu protest in Congress. Muslim view of the political situation created by the partition of Bengal.. I am entirely in accord with you. The Muslims nevertheless relied on their own strength: I can only say to you that the Mohammedan community may rest assured that their political rights and interests as a community will be safe guarded in any. The philosopher might deplore the fact that Hindus and Muslims thought of themselves as separate peoples.

Jinnah was also present. After this untoward incident. When he visited India. He was at the Congress meeting in Surat in December The politic satisfaction of such a claim will strengthen. I am sure. When any cause ajffecting the Muslims came up. The Government of India'. In England. Maharajadiraj of Burdwan kissed a. Mr Macpherson. The new members belonged to a variety of rehgions and they took their oaths in a variety of ways and languages.

Mohammed AH Jinnah's ascent to power began with this reform: The Honourable the mover placed put the question before the Council so clearly and concisely that there is very little left for anyone else to say. The Viceroy interrupted: I should fed inclined to use much stronger my but I am language. Jinnah said: My Lord. The Honourable is Member must remember that he is talking of a friendly part of the Empire. This was his first essay in political duelling: To the end of his life.

In both r61es. Jinnah replied: Jinnah was not an intimidated novice almost immediately he: I beg to support the Resolution that has been before the Council. I took him into the alcove and introduced him to the Prince of " Wales.

After a few words the Prince said. Barrister- at-Law Inner Temple. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Sir Walter Lawrence. In the same month.. In February I have been Mr Gokhale. At the close of KING Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Prince Louis of Battenberg.

The King had already visited India. I saw in the throng an old fiiend of mine. All three men. Prince had retired to an alcove for five minutes' rest I have now been travelling for some months in India. His Life md Rtlgn. But he echoed his father's humanism in some notes that he wrote when the journey: Mr that is a great blot. That the temple was Hindu and the mosque Mohammedan did not seem to disturb him. I do not say they would be happier.

The Muslims could no longer hope that the British would protect them against the superior forces of the Hindus and the Muslim League could no longer be justified.

Would the " peoples of India be happier if you ran the country? Harold Nicolson Constable. Jinnah's chief work remained with the Congress. They asked for elementary education through Government grants.

The real point is whether you have got the money or not. Find money Find money! One passage. There are records of two speeches he made in Police Administration the second. It was a long speech.

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