Indian politicians and even Mountbatten used to believe that our beloved Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was actually a very serious man with a good sense of humor.
As a matter of fact, many authors have also defined him in books to have a distant personality. However, things seem quite different when you learn; about the actual side of Jinnah from a viral video that has spread on social media like wild fire.
Turns out all those who are spreading such fallacies about our great leader, either misjudged his character or they are insecure of his charisma.
Either way, a historic reference to this incident, goes way back. Right after Quaid-e-Azam met Mountbatten for the first time in an informal meeting.
This is also where our beloved Quaid states his famous quote:
This video is of April 5th 1947 when Jinnah and Mountbatten met for the first time in an informal meeting. This was before the discussion started. Mountbatten insisted on having Jinnah stood in the middle so he delivered the famous line that the photograph was…— Meraj Hasan (@_merajhasan) September 3, 2020
Not only was Quaid-e-Azam classy, but he also had a great sense of humor.
…going to be of a rose between two thorns (usually expected to be said of Edwina, but Jinnah used it to state that he considered the Mountbattens as an impediment to his goals). Mountbatten himself is authority of this quote.— Meraj Hasan (@_merajhasan) September 3, 2020
Twitterati in love with Jinnah’s funny side!
Since the video hit social media, people are sharing their sentiments and words of applaud on the matter.
The Great Leader of century ,one of Great Leader of subcontinent , what a fertile Land #Sindh is who gave Birth to this Man of principles , May Rest His Soul in Eternal Peace.— Tahir (@TahirKadri2) September 3, 2020
Even people from beyond the border are interested to learn about this visionary leader.
I want to know more about him.— Amaan Syed (@AmaanAreeb) September 2, 2020
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Simultaneously, Twitterati are all praises for the humor of ‘Father of the Nation’, and we are with them!
All in all, it seems that we are even more in admiration of our extraordinary leader for his great demeanor and classy aura.
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