The 56th anniversary of the death of Madr-e-Milat (Mother of the Nation) Fatima Jinnah is today celebrated with reverence and reverence across the country.
The sister of Pakistan’s founding father, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, played an important role in the founding of Pakistan.
Mohammad Ali Jinnah was deeply saddened by the death of his wife in 1929. Fatima Jinnah worked with her brother to bring together women from the subcontinent into a single platform and promote the struggle for an independent Islamic state.
In 1947, she Fatima She Jinnah founded the Women’s Relief Committee, which later formed the core of the All Pakistan Women’s Association (APWA). She also played a key role in the settlement of the Muhajir family in the new Pakistani state.
Fatima Jinnah has been called “Madari Milat” or “Mother of the Nation” for her role in the freedom movement. She returned to political power at the age of 71 to run against military administrator Ayub Khan in the 1964 elections.
Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah was born in Karachi on July 31, 1893 and died on July 9, 1967.
Her Fatima Jinnah is still remembered for her passionate support for civil rights and her dedicated struggle in the Pakistani freedom movement.