Presidential address by Muhammad Ali Jinnah to the Muslim League Lucknow- 1916

No mere conventional words are needed on my part to express my deep thanks for the great privilege you have conferred on me by selecting me as President of the Ninth Annual Session of the All-India Muslim League. The honour is the highest in the gift of the Muslim community, to which those alone may aspire who have given freely of their thought and time to the service of the communal cause. I am fully sensible of how little I have done to deserve such distinction, nor could I have the presumption to desire it with such a clear sense of my own unworthiness.

Jinnah’s Reply to the members of Quetta Parsi Community – Constitutional Position Baluchistan 13/06/1948

CONSTITUTIONAL POSITION OF BALUCHISTAN Reply to the Address presented by a Deputation of the members of the Quetta Parsi Community on 13th June, 1948 Gentlemen, I am very pleased indeed to meet you all and have an opportunity of hearing…

Jinnah’s Fourteen points were rejected by Congress ultimately push Jinna to ask for Pakistan.

All India Muslim League on 9 March 1929  at Delhi Jinnah's Fourteen points WERE 1. The form of the future constitution should be federal with the residuary powers vested in the provinces. 2. A uniform measure of autonomy shall be granted to…