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Pakistanis did not spare even the founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah, stole glasses from the statue


Highlights

  • Founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah is now a victim of thieves
  • Thieves stole a spectacle with a lens fitted to the idol in Pakistan, which is suffering from the condition of the pauper.
  • Muhammad Ali Jinnah used to study for life with the help of a single-lensed spectacle.

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Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, who created Pakistan by partitioning India at the time of independence, has now become a victim of thieves. In Pakistan, which is suffering from the condition of the poor, the thieves have stolen a lens fitted in an idol. This statue has been installed in Vehari area of ​​Punjab province of Pakistan. It was only with the help of a single-lensed spectacle that Jinnah used to study for life.

It is being told that the glasses which have been stolen were a copy of his original glasses. The area where this idol has been installed is home to big officers and the security system remains strong. There are many such pictures of Jinnah in which he is seen wearing glasses with a single lens. This statue of Jinnah is based on the picture of the speech given in the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan. In this speech, Jinnah had talked about giving the minorities their due.
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Jinnah and his sister Fatima Jinnah’s property also disappeared
It is being told that in the night of Saturday-Sunday, thieves stole these glasses which had become Jinnah’s identity from the idol. However, fortunately, the thieves did not break the idol as has happened in other parts of the country. Please tell that the property of Jinnah and his sister Fatima Jinnah has also disappeared. In view of this, a court of Pakistan had recently constituted a one-man commission to find out the property and other belongings of the country’s founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah and his sister Fatima.

Following the order of the Sindh High Court (SHC), the commission was constituted on Tuesday under the chairmanship of retired Justice Faheem Ahmed Siddiqui. The court had passed the order during the hearing of a 50-year-old case related to properties including shares, jewellery, vehicles and money in bank accounts of Jinnah and his sister. Jinnah died in September 1948, a year after the establishment of Pakistan.

Baloch rebels blew up the statue of Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Earlier, the Baloch rebels, who were continuously injuring the Imran Khan government, had blown up the statue of Muhammad Ali Jinnah in the past. The attack took place in Pakistan’s Gwadar city where China is investing billions of dollars under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. The banned Baloch Liberation Front had claimed responsibility for the bombing. According to the report of Pakistani newspaper Dawn, this statue of Jinnah was installed earlier this year in the Marine Drive area, which is considered a safe area.

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