“Let us sink all our differences and stand united together under the same banner under which we truly achieved Pakistan and let us demonstrate once again that we can, united, face all dangers in the cause of glory of Pakistan, the glory that the Quaid-i-Azam envisaged for Pakistan.”
Madar-i-Millat Muhtarma Fatima Jinnah (1965)
Nation of Pakistan calls her as ” Madar-i-Millat”, or “Mother of the Nation”. Founding Mother of Pakistan was the younger sister of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. She was born in 30th July, 1893. She was a dental surgeon, biographer and stateswomen. She took her Dental Surgeon’s degree from University of Calcutta (A highly competitive university).
Quaid – e – Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah once said, “My sister was like a bright ray of light and hope whenever I came back home and met her. Anxieties would have been much greater and my health much worse, but for the restraint imposed by her”.
Madar-i-Millat was in search of an author and selected G. Allana. G. Allana assisted her on the assignment but they parted company due to reasons undisclosed. Quaid-e-Azam academy published her uncompleted biography of Quaid-e-Azam “My Brother” in 1987.
On Sunday, 9th July 1967 she was died in Karachi by Heart Failure.
May Allah Pak bless her high rewards in Heaven. (Ameen)