[ jin-uh ]
/ ˈdʒɪn ə /
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Mohammed Ali "Quaid-i-Azam", 1876–1948, Muslim leader in India: first governor general of Pakistan 1947–48.
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Nehru and Jinnah even stayed at the Imperial for extended periods of time in private suites.An Indian Icon Reborn: The Imperial Hotel Reclaims Its Glory Days|Esha Chhabra|May 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Hindus and Muslims can [n]ever evolve a common nationality,” Jinnah had declared in 1940.
Narendra Modi is nothing if not the most consummate Hindu avatar of Mohammed Ali Jinnah.
This speech has been adduced to advance the theory that Jinnah wanted an inclusive country.
His dream is to complete the journey that Jinnah started us on.
British Dictionary definitions for Jinnah
/ (ˈdʒɪnə) /
Mohammed Ali 1876–1948, Indian Muslim statesman. He campaigned for the partition of India into separate Hindu and Muslim states, becoming first governor general of Pakistan (1947–48)
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