LESSON#6 THE DAFFODILS Multiple Choice Questions MCQ’s 1.

This poem is written by the famous poet: a) c) William Shakespeare William Wordsworth b) William Dee d) William Lee

2. William Wordsworth is an: a) c) English poet Sindhi poet b) French poet d) Urdu poet

3. He was born in the: a) c) Lake of beauty Lake District b) Saif.ul.malook lake d) Beautiful lake

4. He was born in the beautiful lake of England in the year: a) c) 1999 1770 b) 2001 d) 1780

5. William Wordsworth was very fond of: a) c) Flowers, birds, lakes, rivers, b) Animals, humans and children rocks and trees School, poetry, studies d) music

6. William Wordsworth started new kind of poetry written in simple words about: a) c) Natural objects and simple b) Nation country people Society d) Poet itself

7. William Wordsworth died in:

a) c)

1571 1871

b) 1671 d) 1850

8. What is Daffodil: a) c) A leaf A tree b) A flower d) garden

9. Daffodils growing in: a) c) Streets Wild and in garden b) Lakes d) Rivers

10. The daffodils are in: a) c) White color Yellow color b) Green color d) Purple color

11. In first stanza what was the poet doing: a) c) Wandering aimlessly Shouting b) Singing loudly d) Teaching

12. What did he saw: a) c) Running kids Golden daffodils b) Lonely girl d) Crying child

13. William Wordsworth compare the daffodils with: a) c) Countless twinkling stars in a b) Universe milky way Roses d) sunflowers

14. William Wordsworth resembled daffodils with stars because they are a) c) Numerous and same in color Same in size b) They are in land d) Same in shape

15. Daffodils located at: a) Beside the lake and beneath b) In wild the tree


On road

d) street

16. Walked here and there without purpose, means: a) c) Here and there Be there b) Wandered d) Waiting

17. Bay means: a) c) Small part of sea or lake Valley b) Margin d) Edge

18. Poet used the word ‘Glu’ for: a) c) Sadness Clearance b) Worried d) Happiness

19. Poet describes the word Flash as: a) c) Sudden bright light Lightening b) Darkness d) Loneliness

20. Sparkling means: a) c) Looking Smiling b) Shining d) Shouting

Answer the following questions: Lesson#6 THE DAFFODILS

Q#1. Who has written the poem daffodils? Ans, This poem is written by the famous English poet million words worth. Q#2, When and when ho was born? Ans, He was born in the beautiful late of district of England in the year 1770. Q#3, Why do we call him the poet of nature’? Ans, We called him ‘the poet of nature’ ‘because he was very fond of flowers . birds likes,rivers,rocks and tree . Q#4, How he used to enjoy the beauty of nature? Ans, He used to take long tours oh foot and visit the beautiful natural scene which he loved so much. Q#5, Which kind of poetry he started to write? Ans, He started a new kind of poetry of poetry written in simple in simple words natural objects and simple country people. Q#6, When was he died? Ans, He was died in 1850. Q#7, When was he died? Ans, The poet was doing wondered lovely as a cloud. about

Q#8, What did he see? Ans, He saw a crowd a hot of golden daffodils.

Q#9, Where were the daffodils? Ans, The daffodils beside at the take beneath the trees. Q#10, Describe the scene in your own words of stanza one? Ans, The poet war walking here & suddenly he saw daffodils that were looking beautiful & doing in wind. Q#11, With what does the poet compare the daffodils? Ans, The poet compares the daffodils with shining stars. Q#12, What resemblance does he find b/w the stars & the daffodils? Ans, Twinkling on the milky way & never ending live are the resemblance of the daffodils & stars. Q#13, How many flowers were there? Ans, Ten Thousand flowers were there. Q#14, Which of the dance more , the waves or the daffodils? Ans, Daffodils were dancing more in speaking. Q#15, What did the poet feel looking at the daffodils? Ans, The poet felt great happiness & joy. Q#16. How can wealth come to the poet by looking at the scene before? Ans, The scene was beautiful & it was more enjoyable than wealth. Q#17, What happen to the poet when he lies on the couch? Ans, The beautiful scenery of the daffodils flashes inwards his eye. Q#18, Mention the two moods of the poet? Ans, The poet was of Vacant and pensive mood. Q#19, How can heart dance? Ans, ‘Heart dances’ means feeling of pleasure that become cause of ‘ heart dancing’.

Q#20, Has this ever happened to you? Ans, yes own up on a time.

LESSON#7 ALLAMA IQBAL Multiple Choice Questions MCQ’s 1. Allama Iqbal was born in: a) c) 9th Nov, 1877 19th Sept, 1200 b) 8th Nov, 1987 d) 23rd March, 1999

2. Allama Iqbal was born at: a) c) Rawalpindi Hyderabad b) Sialkot d) Lahore

3. In 1895, he went to: a) c) Govt. college, Lahore Educators School b) Saddar Karachi d) Islamabad university

4. He passed in 1899 from University of the Punjab: a) c) 9th class MBA b) M.A. d) Ph. D

5. Allama Iqbal was appointed as a professor first in the language of: a) c) Sindhi Punjabi b) English d) Arabic

6. He received law degree in: a) c) London Australia b) America d) Scotland

7. He awarded a degree of Ph. D, in 1908 by: a) c) Sindh University Harvard University b) Munich University d) Virtual University

8. Allama Iqbal known ad Dr. Mohammad Iqbal because he did: a) c) Ph. D M.A Commerce b) MBA d) Intermediate

9. Allama Iqbal also took an active part in: a) c) Poetry Study b) Politics d) Socialism

10. He was elected a member of the Punjab Legislative Council in: a) c) 1926-1929 1970-1980 b) 1800-1850 d) 1999-2010

11. Allama Iqbal was elected President of the Punjab branch of the: a) c) Indian Council All-India Muslim League b) Pakistan d) Teaching

12. In 1930, Allahabad meeting of the All-India Muslim league it was on this historic occasion that he made a definite demand for a separate Muslim state in: a) c) South Asia West b) North d) East

13. Allama Iqbal wrote a letter to Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and discussed in detail the problems of the : a) c) Pakistani Muslims European people b) Indian Muslims d) Western people

14. Allama Iqbal again wrote a letter to Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in: a) c) 21st June 1937 2nd January 1988 b) 21st July 1977 d) 21st August 1947

15. The Muslim League representing the whole Muslim India, meet in Lahore and passed a resolution on 23rd march 1940, demanding a separate state for the Muslims of India. This resolution is known as the: a) c) India Resolution China Resolution b) America Resolution d) Pakistan Resolution

16. On 14, August, 1947, Pakistan appeared in the: a) c) Map of the world Map of the earth b) Map of the India d) China Map

17. Iqbal died on: a) c) 1947 1978 b) 1946 d) 1938

18. Allama Iqbal believed that faith in Islam made the: a) c) Pakistan Indian Muslims one nation b) America d) Urban Emirates

19. He has great love for: a) c) Islam People b) Humanity d) Study

20. He always advised Muslims to remain to: a) c) Their faith Their properties b) Their wives d) Their state


Q1. When and where Allama Iqbal was born? Ans. Allama Iqbal was born in Sialkot, a town in the Punjab, on 9th Q2. When did he go to Government College? Ans. In 1895, he goes to Government College. Q3. Where did he pass his M.A? Ans. He passed his M.A in 1899. Q4. Where was he a pointed as professor of Arabic? Ans. He was appointed as professor the oriental college Lahore. Q5. How long he remained as an Arabic professor? Ans. He remained till 1905 as an Arabic professor. Q6. Where did he go for higher studies? Ans. He went England for higher studies. Q7. When he was awarded P.H.D degree? Ans. In 1908, he awarded P.H.D degree. Q8. When he was elected member of the Punjab legislative council? Ans. He was elected member of the Punjab legislative council in 1926. November 1877.

Q9.When and where he presided a meeting? Ans. In 1930 he presided over the Allah bad meeting of all India Muslim state. Q10. What did he say in that meeting? Ans. He said, I would like to see the Punjab, N.W.F.P, Sindh and Balochistan united under the single Muslim state. Q11. When did he write the letter on 1937?

Ans. He did site a letter to the Quaid-e-Azam in 1937. Q12. What did him right in letter on 21st June 1937 to Quaid-e-Azam? Ans. On 21st June 1937, he said to the Quaid-e-Azam ‘a separate federal state of Muslim province formed on the lines. I have proposed, is the only way by which we can peaceful India and save Muslims from the role of non-Muslims. Q13. When the resolution was passed? Ans. The resolution was passed on 3rd march 1940. Q14. When Pakistan came into being on 14th august 1947? Ans. Pakistan came into being on 14th august 1947. Q15. Write a paragraph on the life of Allama Iqbal. Ans. Allama Iqbal was born in Sialkot on 9th November 1877 he received his early education in his home. In 1895 he went to government college Lahore and passed his M.A in to 1899. He was appointed professor of Arab an oriented college. He was awarded degree of P.H.D Allama Iqbal was a great poet. He becomes member of Punjab legislative in 1929. He worked really hard for the Muslims. He played a great role in the establishment of Pakistan although he was not able to see Pakistan Iqbal died in 1938. Q16. Who is Allama Muhammad Iqbal? Ans. Allama Muhammad Iqbal was the great poet of the east. Q17. Was Allama Iqbal a philosopher? Ans. Yes, Allama Iqbal was philosopher. Q18. Who awake Muslims from sleep to demand for a new nation? Ans. Allama Iqbal awoke from the sleep in the result Muslims wanted new State. Q19. Why did Iqbal want a separate state for the Muslims of India? Ans. Iqbal wanted separate state for the Muslims of India because the Muslims of India were a separate nation. Q.20.When did the Muslims demand Pakistan? Ans. The Muslims demanded Pakistan in Lahore on 23rd March, 1940.


1. Before the establishment of Pakistan South Asia ruled by: a) c) British Chinese b) American d) Japanese

2. British ruled South Asia for: a) c) 100 years 200 years b) 400 years d) 10years

3. After hundred years Muslims and Hindus established a party named: a) c) Indo-Pak Social party b) Indian National Congress d) Separation Party

4. After realizing the majority of Hindus in party Muslims formed their own political party named: a) c) All Hindu league All- India Muslim League b) All British league d) Muslim Separate league

5. The President of All- India Muslim league was: a) c) Allama Iqbal Quaid-e-Azam b) Liaquat Ali Jinnah d) Shaukat Ali

6. At the time of struggle Muslims women were in strict: a) c) Socialism Business b) Ruled the country d) Purdah

7. Muslim League was established in: a) 1947 b) 1977



d) 1987

8. The real name of ‘Bi-Aman’ is: a) c) Abadi Begum Firdoos b) Fariha d) Bibi

9. Bi Aman was the mother of: a) c) 10. She is: a) c) Weak woman Courageous woman b) Strong woman d) Selfish Maulana Muhammad Ali and b) Abdullah Maulana Shaukat Ali Quaid-e-Azam d) Liaquat Ali

11. Two brave and noble brothers were imprisoned for: a) c) 1 year 2 years b) 5 years d) Less than year

12. The first Muslim women to address in men’s public meeting: a) c) Begum Mohammad Ali Begum Abadi b) Begum Nawazish Ali d) Begum Shaista

13. Begum Mohammad Ali dressed in: a) c) Hijab Burkah b) Nakkab d) Chaddar

14. Miss Fatima Jinnah gave the grateful nation latter called: a) c) Islamic nation Madr-i-Millat b) National congress d) My nation

15. She was the sister of: a) Liaquat Ali b) Allama Iqbal



d) Shaukat Ali

16. The name of Liaquat Ali’s wife was: a) c) Begum Ra’ana Begum Nusrat Haroon b) Begum Rehana d) Begum Shaista Akramullah

17. Begum Ra’ana worked with her husband Liaquat Ali as a: a) c) Politician Secretary and typist b) Social Worker d) Speaker

18. Begum Ra’ana also organized the: a) c) Women’s Voluntary Service NGO b) Women’s welfare d) Business entity

19. Lady Nusrat Haroon’s house in Karachi which became the centre of: a) c) Start new business Women’s political activities b) Education d) University

20. The first public meeting of Women in Sindh was held in: a) c) Karachi’s Zoology Garden University of Karachi b) Sindheology d) Jinnah Road

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS Lesson # 8 The role of Women in The Pakistan Movement

Q1. Who was BiAman? Ans. BiAman was the mother of Maulana Mohammad Ali and Maulana Shaukat Ali

Q2. Why is she remembered till today? Ans. Her greatness lies in the fact that she had taught her sons to be willing to sacrifice their lives in the cause of Muslims independence and later encouraged them to accomplish their goals. Q3. In Sindh, where did the first meeting of the women take place? Ans. The first public meeting nod women in Sindh was held in Karachi’s zoological garden. Q4. What do you know about lady Haroon? Ans. Lady Haroon was a spirited woman of upright character and a kind hostess. Here house in Karachi become the centre of women’s political activity and it was a place of welcome to the Muslims league workers when they came to Karachi to attend meetings. Classes were also held in her house to educate Muslims girls. Q5. How did the Muslim women work for independence? Ans. The Muslim women took an active part in the movement of independence. They formed the women’s branch of the Muslim League to organize women and inform them about the politics of the country. They traveled far and wide. They met the wives and daughters of the British officers including those of the Viceroys and made them realize that their demand was just. Q6. why is Miss Fatima Jinnah called Madr-i-Millat? Ans. Miss Fatima Jinnah was the sister of the Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. She helped her brother in the struggle for the establishment of Pakistan. That is why she called Madr-i-Millat. Q7. What is the meaning of Madr-i-Millat? Ans. The meaning of Madr-i-Millat is the Mother of the nation. Q8. Who was Begum Ra’ana? Ans. Begum Ra’ana was the wife of Liaquat Ali Khan. Q9. What do you know about her? Ans. She worked as an honorary secretary and typist of Liaquat Ali Khan at a time, when the Muslim League could not afford the salary of a secretary she arrange parties, where Muslim women could meet the wife and the daughter of the Viceroy, so as to explain to them their side of the matter and expresses their protest. She also organized the women

Voluntary Services and later the Women’s National Guards. Consisting of three battalions with 2400 girls, in which she herself held the rank of Brigadier. Q10. What do you know about Begum Jahan Ara Shahnawaz? Ans. Begum Jahan Ara Shahnawaz from the Punjab represented of the Muslim Women at the Three Round Table Conference held in London and was the first women ever to make a speech at London Guild Hall. She also traveled widely and explained to the people of the other countries, why the Muslims in India wanted a separate state. Q11. How did the Muslim women work for independence? Ans. Though the Muslim women were in street ‘Purdah’ and were less and less politically aware, they played an active part in the independence movement. They formed the women branch of the Muslim league to organize women and inform them about the politics of the country. They organized public meetings for women and it is large gathering. They had opened classes in their honor to educate Muslim girls. The brave ladies encouraged their brothers, husbands and sons not to give up the struggle of Pakistan until their goal was achieved. Q12. The role did Begum Mohammad Ali play in the freedom movement? Ans. Begum Mohammad Ali was a admirable and remarkable lady. Dressed in ‘Burqah’ she not only attended men’s Public Meeting but was called the first women to address them. She also wrote for the press in simple but effective words and awakened the Muslim women by her inspiring speeches. Q13. What was the Indian National Congress? Ans. The Indian National Congress was the political party found by the Hindus and the Muslims in order to drive British out of India. Q14. Why many Muslims leaders did left it? Ans. The Muslims soon realized that the Hindus were in majority and the congress would never ever treat the Muslims equally and give them their due share in the government. So many lenders left it. Q15. Write down the names of Bi Amman’s sons? Ans. Bi Amman was the mother of Maulana Mohammad Ali and Maulana Shaukat Ali two brave and noble brothers.

LESSON#9 CHILDREN Multiple Choice Questions MCQ’s 1. This lovely poem is written by: a) c) Henry Longfellow Shakespeare b) Henry John d) William Wordsworth

2. Henry Longfellow is an: a) c) Indian Poet American Poet b) Pakistani poet d) British Poet

3. He was born in:

a) c)

1807 1989

b) 1947 d) 1804

4. He was died in: a) c) 1802 1807 b) 1800 d) 1882

5. Henry Longfellow professionally was: a) c) Doctor Musician b) Poet d) Professor

6. He was the Professor at: a) c) Virtual University Sindh University b) Harvard university d) Mehran University

7. Harvard University is one of the best Universities of: a) c) Punjab America b) India d) Karachi

8. His poem deal with not only the American scene but also much of what he saw during his: a) c) Class Business Trips b) Travels d) Bedroom

9. Children poem has:

a) c)

9 Stanzas 14 Stanzas

b) 2 Stanzas d) 10 Stanzas

10. In this poem each stanza has: a) c) 2 lines 4 lines b) 3 lines d) 5 lines

11. In each stanza the last word of the fourth line produces the same sound as the last word of the: a) c) 1st line of stanza 3rd line of stanza b) 2nd line of stanza d) 4th line of stanza

12. Henry Longfellow described the meaning of the word Perplexed as: a) c) Complicated or puzzled Comprehensive b) Duplicated d) Creative

13. Poet described Small Streams in a word as: a) c) Brook Broke b) Book d) Brave

14. Poet described ‘Fear’ described as: a) c) Horrible Trouble b) Scary d) Dread

15. ‘Contriving’ means: a) c) Invention Trouble b) Creative d) Devices or inventions


9. CHILDREN Q 1 . What are the children doing? Ans. The children are playing a game. Q2. What is the question that is disturbing the poet? Ans. The question that is disturbing the poet it is about his worries of life. Q3.How has this question been answered? Ans. This question has been answered by the children when he hears them at their play. Q4. What does the poet mean by saying that the children open the windows that look to the east? Ans. The poet means by saying so means that the children have world of light in them which lightens the world. Q5. With what does the poet compare the thoughts? Ans. The poet compares the thoughts with the singing swallows and with the small streams. Q6.Why does he compare them so? Ans. He compares them so because he feels like that. Q7. How can the birds and the sunshine be In the hearts of the children? What does poet mean? Ans. The birds and the sunshine are symbols of blooming life. The children are the greatest lively objects so they have all the excitements of life with in them. This is what the poet means. Q8.The poet says that the children are thinking of the brooks while he is thinking of autumn. What does this mean? Ans. The poet means that children are young and fresh but the poet is a grownup man. He has seen ups and downs of life and he is getting older.

Q9. Is the poet using word autumn for old age? What other words does the poet use to show the coming of old age upon him? Ans. Yes, the poet using word autumn for old age besides this he uses the words “the first fall of the snow” to show the coming of old age upon him. Q.10. How are the children different from the poet? Ans. The children are young and full with life while the poet is old and full with the worries of life. Q11.What question does the poet ask? Ans. The poet asks the question what the world would be to us if the children were no more. Q12.What does poet mean by saying that if there were no children, w e would fear the desert behind us and more than that we would fear the dark in front of us? Ans. The poet means that if there were no children our past would be dull and our future would be more dreadful. Q13.What happens to the trees if there were no leaves? Ans. If there were no leaves to the trees, they would dry into wood. Q14.What would happen to us if there were no children. Ans. If there were no children we would not feel the glow of a brighter and sunnier environment. Q15.What does the poet ask the children to come to him? Ans. The poet asks the children to come to him so that he may know what the birds and winds are saying to them. Q16. What songs does the poet wish to be whispered in the ear?

Ans. The poet wishes to listen from the children what the birds and winds are singing in their clear hearts. Q17.The grown up people have wisdom and books. What do the children have? Ans. The children have their gentle love and pleasant look

Q18.With what does the poet compare children? Ans. The poet compares children with the ballads and the poems. Q19. How can the children be like the ballads and the poems? Ans. The children can be like the ballads and the poems in this manners that as the ballads and the poems are the source of joy so the children are the greatest source of joy and pleasant. Q20.The poet calls the children living and the rest all dead. Why does he say this? Ans. He says this because those were sung or said in the past while the children are the source of joy and pleasure in the present.

LESSON#10 WHAT THE QUAID-E-AZAM SAID Multiple Choice Questions MCQ’s 1. The foundation of Pakistan lay the: a) c) Quaid-e-Azam Gandhi b) Allama Iqbal d) Akbar

2. Quaid-e-Azam was born at: a) c) Hyderabad Lahore b) Karachi d) Islamabad

3. He was born in:

a) c)

26th June , 1985 19 October, 1847

b) 25th December, 1897 d) 12th March, 1800

4. He gets his early education at: a) c) Karachi America b) Quetta d) Bombay

5. He passed Matriculation in the age of: a) c) 15 20 b) 12 d) 16

6. After Matriculation he was sent for higher studies to: a) c) British America b) Rome d) England

7. Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah started his practice first in Karachi, as a: a) c) Lecturer Speaker b) Doctor d) Lawyer

8. He freed from the double yoke of British rule and Hindu domination to: a) c) Hindu itself Muslims b) British itself d) America

9. Quaid-e-Azam firstly joined a congress named: a) c) Indian National Congress Indian council b) British Congress d) American council

10. Soon he left Indian National congress and joined: a) c) Muslim League Hindu league b) Buddhist League d) Not any

11. Quaid-e-Azam was succeeded in 1947 and became the first: a) c) Leader Lawyer b) Scholar d) Governor General

12. Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah died on: a) c) 15 August, 1947 11th September , 1948 b) 14th August, 1947 d) 23rd March, 1937

13. Quaid-e-Azam firmly believed, that one day Muslims will achieve their: a) c) Source Party b) League d) Desired Goal

14. Three years before the creation of Pakistan, on 8th March 1944, speaking at the lunch is given by Vice Chancellor of Aligarh University by: a) c) Dr. Abro Dr. Yakoob b) Dr. Ziauddin d) Dr. Imtiyaaz

15. Quaid-e-Azam again and again, told his people that what they needed most was: a) c) A good House Patrician b) A homeland d) A good Education

16. Gujarat Educational Conference held on 14th January 1945, he said that education was a matter of: a) c) Life and death To built up personality b) Formality d) To get a good job

17. ‘Education does not merely mean academic education and even that of a very poor type what we have to do is to mobilize our people and build up the character of our future generations’. These lines he said in the Conference named:

a) c)

All India Muslim league England Conference

b) British Conference d) All Pakistan Conference


18. Several times the Quaid-e-Azam reminded his people that Pakistan will: a) c) Be a state An Educational Area b) A business Area d) prosper and grow stronger

19. The First Annual Celebration of Pakistan held in: a) c) 19 August 1947 23 March 1923 b) 29 April 1944 d) 14 August 1948

20. ‘Establishment of Pakistan is a fact to which there is no parallel in the history of the world. It is destined to play a magnificent part year after year, as we go on, provided we serve honestly, earnestly and selflessly’ these lines are said by: a) c) Allama Iqbal Quaid-e-Azam b) Liaquat Ali d) William Wordsworth

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: Lesson # 10 WHAT THE QUAID-E-AZAM SAID Q.1. When and where was the Quaid-e-Azam born? Ans. Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah was born at Karachi on 25thDecember, 1876. Q.2.What do you know of his early life? Ans. We know of his early life that as young boy, he was educated at Karachi. When, he was sixteen years old, he passed his matriculation examination and was sent to England for higher studies.

Q3.Why is 14 August 1947 an important date for us? Ans. 14 August 1947 is an important date for us because Pakistan came into being on this date. Q4.What did Quaid-e-Azam say about education? Ans. Quaid-e-Azam said about education, “The world is moving so fast that if we do not educated ourselves we will not only be left behind but also will be no more.” Q5.What other advice did the Quaid-e-Azam give to his people? Ans. The Quaid-e-Azam gave the advice to the people of Pakistan to work hard with honestly, earnestly and selflessly for the development and prosperity of Pakistan. Q6. What does the Quaid-e-Azam mean? Ans. The Quaid-e-Azam means the ‘Great Leader’. Q7. Why the Muslim of sub-continent give him this name? Ans. The Muslims of the sub-continent give him this appreciation of his services to the Muslims of South Asia. Q8. What type of education did the Quaid stress on in the message at the Pakistan Educational Conference held in Karachi? Ans. At the All Pakistan Educational Conference held in Karachi on 27th November 1947, he said that Education did not mean academic Education but it also included modernizing the people and building up the character of the future generation that is education and character building were hand in hand. Q9. What did the Quaid say about education at the Gujarat Educational Conference held in January 1945? Ans. At the Gujarat Educational Conference held on 14 January 1945, the Quaid said the education was a matter of life and death to our nation and that the world was moving fast and if we did not educate our self we would not only left behind but will not even exist. Q10. Why did Quaid leave the Indian National Congress and joined the All India Muslim League?

Ans. Mr. Jinnah realizes that the Hindus and the Muslims could never agree on any point. Besides he realized that the congress was selfish and aimed it promoting only the interest of the Hindus. Q11. How did the Quaid speeches help us in becoming good citizens? Ans. In all his speeches the Quaid stressed certain qualities which we follow can help us to become a good citizen he talked about trust in God, hard work, good education including character building and above all service to the country with honesty, earnestness and selflessness. Q12. What did the Quaid say in the lunch given by the Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed? Ans. On 8th March 1944 speaking at the lunch given by Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed, Quaid said that Muslims can get Pakistan not by asking, not by logging, not even by meal progress but by ‘working with trust in God’.

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