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Sadia fatima Instructional lesson Sci: Lab Assistant. Quaid-e-Azam 1st Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistani office August 11, 1947 – September Born December 25, 1876) Karachi , Bombay Presidency , British India

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Sadia fatima

Instructional lesson

Sci: Lab Assistant

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Quaid-e-Azam

1st Speaker of the National Assembly of

Pakistani officeAugust 11, 1947 – September

Born December 25, 1876)Karachi, Bombay Presidency, British India

Died September 11, 1948) (aged 71)Karachi, Dominion of PakistanEthnicityGujarati[1]

Political party All India Muslim League (1913–1947)

Other politicalaffiliations Indian National Congress (1896–1913)

Spouse(s)Emibai Jinnah

ProfessionLawyer

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Jinnah served as leader of the

All-India Muslim League from 1913 until

Pakistan's independence on August 14, 1947, and

as Pakistan's first Governor-General

from August 15, 1947 until his death

on September 11, 1948. Jinnah rose to

prominence in the Indian National Congress

initially expounding ideas of

Hindu-Muslim unity and helping shape the 1916 Luck now Pact

between the Muslim League and the Indian National Congress;

he also became a key

leader in the All India Home Rule League.

He proposed a fourteen-point constitutional reform plan

to safeguard the political rights of Muslims in a self-governing India.