THE QUAID's VISION AND PAKISTAN
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
QUESTIONS GIVEN WITHIN THE LESSON
Q:Q: Why did the Quaid have to take long tours during early days of independence?
Ans: Pakistan had to face many challenges during its early days of independence. During this tough and troublesome period, Quaid-eAzam Muhammad Ali Jinnah made long tours of the country to elevate the enthusiasm of his people. He wanted that his nation could face these challenges courageously.
Q: Why did the Quaid want the oneness of the whole nation?
Ans: Quaid wanted the oneness of the whole nation because, the struggle for a separate homeland for the Muslims of the subcontinent was based on the fundamental principle of the Muslim integrity and oneness as a nation. Moreover, he wanted to make the whole nation strong and prosperous.
Q: Are we working according to the expectations of the great leader?
Ans: No, we are not working according to the expectations of the great leader. We have not made Pakistan a progressive, democratic country. All of us are not united and ambitious to get progress and compete with other nations.
Q: What is the result of neglecting the advice of the Quaid?
Ans: By neglecting the advice of the Quaid, we have become disunited, and we are not ambitious to get progress and compete with other nations. That is why we are facing so many problems.
EXERCISE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q:How much confidence did Quaid-e-Azam have in his nation?Ans: Quaid-e-Azam had much confidence in his nation because he knew that his nation was made of sound material and unbeatable. No nation had unique character like his nation. He advised his nation's people to maintain their confidence and zeal.
Q: What was the Quaid's concept of our nation?
Ans: The Quaid 's concept of our nation was that the Muslims were a nation with their own distinctive culture and civilization, language and literature, names and nomenclature, sense of values and proportion, art and architecture, legal laws and moral codes, custom and calendar, history and tradition, aptitude and ambitions. He said that they had their own distinctive outlook on life.
Q: What was the idealogy of Pakistan in view of Quaid-e-Azam?
Ans: The idealogy of Pakistan, in view of Quaid-e-Azam, was based on the fundamental principle that the Muslims were an independent nation and any attempt to get them merge their national and political identity would be strongly resisted.
Q: What can be the possible solution to our present problems?
Ans: We can solve our present problems by becoming united and ambitious to get progress and compete with other nations, leaving aside our personal, local, lingual, ethnic, sectarian, or provincial identities and prejudices.
Q: How can we become a strong nation?
Ans: We can become the strong nation if we follow Quaid's excellent saying i.e. “Faith, Unity, Discipline” and by imparting his advice to the youth, “Its now depends upon you to work, work and work and we shall definitely get success.”