A GREAT LEADER

A GREAT LEADER:

Muhammad Ali Jinnah is famous in history by name Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

Judging a personality status, it is important to know what adversaries and competitors say about the qualities of that person. Vijay said the cultured Lakshmi, a prominent figure and his sister Nehru: “If the Muslim League had 100 Gandhis and 200 Azads but Congress had only one Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali jinnah, then India would not have been divided.”

The Declaration reflects the fact that it was only the Quaid-e-Azam who fought the state of the Islamic nation in India. He won through the power of argument. He began his political career with the Indian National Congress Party (INC) and was an active supporter of Hindu Muslim unity for some time.

In 1917 the treaty of Lucknow refers to the success of its efforts in this regard. Muhammad Ali jinnah joined the All India Muslim League (AIML) in 1913 and took the lead in a short period of time because of his political acumen and hard work.Wing succeeded in persuading Muslims to form alliances with those struggling for Indian citizenship rights.

In late 1910, Gandhi was also featured on the political horizon in India. He joined Congress after achieving fame to defend the reasons that led to Indians in South Africa. Both Gandhi and a group of Gujrati families came from a similar position. However, the similarity ends there.

Announced accession to the Indian National Congress in late 1910 the gradual party “Hinduisation”. When his followers got on the rise, the liberals like Wing and others were marginalized. Incidentally, Gandhi’s support of the Caliphate movement, launched by public opinion leaders among Muslims, to save the defeated Ottoman Empire allies victorious by the British led by the United States.

Gandhi came in support of the caliphate movement while seeking to rally support for the non-cooperation movement, he did not take off. Among Muslim leaders, a read-only wing can be obvious. He was aware of Gandhi’s intentions in this episode.

It was reported that the Turks led by Mustafa Kamal Ataturk rebelled against the Ottoman caliphate, who after the loss of all Arab lands and other colonies, was the actual prisoner of Allied forces on the gates of Constantinople. Ataturk and his supporters successfully defended Anatolia and Thrace. They abolished the caliphate, which became redundant.

Therefore, the right to appear before the court differences and lost movement died. Gandhi then thanks to the movement of non-cooperation with him an additional push by the Caliphate leadership, has won a far better position on the horizon than India. To enhance its overall appeal, Gandhi Jie, he not only adopted the cover of a Hindu holy monk, but measures so far have taken unknown in India. Political leadership before never resorted to such methods.

You gave the prathna session (prayer), fasting, etc., to stress the importance of demands of a new trend in Indian politics. In addition to trends agitatorias in the form of non-cooperation, the province has become foreign goods and “dharna” to press in order to accept common demands. These measures, for all the coming ages, created an atmosphere where the loop of rule of law gained secondary importance.

Gandhi was a unique figure among the Hindus, who was rival Muslim rule and British rule. They needed a personality from across India. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a sharp contrast, he did not like much put emotions. In order to keep out of sight, he continued to seek rights for Muslim society or Indians in general.

Discussions in the Council of States, which together with the Nehru Motil, formed an independent group, were proof. When Nehru’s recommendations failed to meet the demands of Muslims, he formulated what became known as the “Fourteen Points of the Wing.”

He demanded some guarantees for the Muslims of India, but he did not advise Muslims to resort to undemocratic practices to their demands. The difference between the two leaders was their methods of promoting their cause.

 

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