Building National Character
Defining our character through Mr. Jinnah's ideals
Mr. Jinnah addresses the nation on the first Eid-ul-Azha in Pakistan and sends a message of hope, courage and confidence. Let us mobilize all our resources in a systematic and organized way and tackle the grave issues that confront us with grim determination and discipline worthy of a great nation.
Mr. Jinnah explains that freedom does not mean license to act unrestrained. Freedom has constraints and is anchored in social responsibility. Pakistanis shall always remain disciplined & united.
Mr. Jinnah explains how real friendship is essential for both countries. Let's further the cause of international peace and prosperity.
Mr. Jinnah advises the youth to think and act with sobriety and in all humility as selfless and true soldiers of the people, and with loyalty to Pakistan.
The youth is advised to place the nation's welfare above personal interest and self-advancement.
Mr. Jinnah explains how it's critical to invest in the physical, mental and spiritual development of our youth.
Mr. Jinnah explains that our young people must befriend all, help other people at all times, subordinate personal interest to the welfare of others, eschew violence of thought, word and action.
Mr. Jinnah explains that citizens of Pakistan are confident that our traditions and our past will help us fulfil the hopes and ideals of our people.
Mr. Jinnah explains that we should not fail to bring the people of our two countries (AF/PK) closer towards each other and closer than they were before the birth of Pakistan.
Pakistan finds inspiration in America's historic fight for self-government and its practice of democracy.
Mr. Jinnah advises the youth to go beyond seeking jobs for government service and instead become architects of the next big market.
Mr. Jinnah points out that Pakistan's economic and social progress is entirely dependent on the constructive spirit of its citizens.
Mr. Jinnah explains that Pakistan and France will unitedly play their part in promoting peace and prosperity in the present distracted world.
Mr. Jinnah explains that if we want to build up Pakistan then there is one essential condition, and it is, complete unity and solidarity amongst ourselves.
Mr. Jinnah explains that Pakistan is the embodiment of the unity of the Muslim nation and so we must maintain this unity with great resolve and spirit.
Mr. Jinnah explains that the United States initiated diplomatic relations with Pakistan from the very first day of its establishment. This is evidence of our historical friendship.
Mr. Jinnah explains that we are now all Pakistanis - not Balochs, Pathans, Sindhis, Bengalis, Punjabis, and so on and as Pakistanis, we must feel, behave and act, and we should be proud to be known as Pakistanis and nothing else.
Mr. Jinnah explains that achieving Pakistan was only yet the beginning of an end. We must strive with determination for our nation's progress. We have no doubt that the Muslim genius will put its shoulder to the wheel and succeed in these noble and lofty objectives.
Mr. Jinnah explains that we must strive together to make Karachi a great metropolis, a center of trade, industry and commerce, and a seat of learning and culture.
Mr. Jinnah explains it is only with united effort and faith in our destiny that we shall be able to translate the Pakistan of our dreams into reality.
Mr. Jinnah guides Pakistan to organize its medical profession to be able to address disease outbreaks such as COVID-19.
Mr. Jinnah explains Pakistan's culture and values on creating a good government. Our values are based on Democracy, Justice & Equality, Human flourishing by constant improvement and Truth over expediency.
Mr. Jinnah explains that Balochistan has been the most neglected part of this sub-continent all these years and it's time to overcome this economic neglect by means of market-creating innovation.
Mr. Jinnah explains Pakistan's policy on Kashmir that we are not going to coerce, intimidate or put any pressure on any region making its choice. But those regions that wish to join Pakistan will find us ready and willing to negotiate with them agreement for the mutual advantage of both.
Mr. Jinnah explains that we must shed sectionalism and unite as a single nation. The Quaid points out that many different races and nationalities in America let go of their group-based thinking, racial affinities, and tribal loyalties in the service of national unity. Therefore, Pakistanis must do the same.
Mr. Jinnah explains that Pakistan desires nothing so ardently as the goodwill of the world.
Mr. Jinnah explains to adhere to the principle of Muslim democracy and conduct the affairs of the state via consultation and discussions.
Mr. Jinnah explains that we must have an outlook which transcends the boundaries of provinces, limited nationalism and racialism. We must develop a sense of patriotism which should galvanize and weld us all into one united and strong nation.
Mr. Jinnah explains that Pakistan carries with it the sympathies of the Muslim World and aims to usher in an era of Islamic renaissance.
Mr. Jinnah explains that local attachments have their value but what is the value and strength of a 'part' except within the 'whole'.
Mr. Jinnah explains Pakistan's historical connection with the United States of America during the Second World War when our two-people stood shoulder to shoulder in defence of democracy.
Mr. Jinnah explains that power and authority are derived from the people of Balochistan. The people of Balochistan will mould their future constitution and form the administration in accordance with their own customs and traditions.
Mr. Jinnah explains to focus on investing in education and building universities from which the rays of knowledge and culture can spread throughout the Middle East and Central Asia.
Mr. Jinnah explains that the youth need to think beyond Government level jobs and explore various other opportunities and fields available to the youth to generate economic development.
The history of political reforms for Balochistan is connected with the history of the struggle of the Muslims for freedom
Mr. Jinnah explains the youth to not confine themselves to government jobs but instead to expand their focus to various new & fresh economic avenues.
Mr. Jinnah explains that agricultural production is the main economic engine for the present time and how we can leverage it to advance forward.
Mr. Jinnah explains Pakistan can never be a theocracy in a broadcast to the people of Australia. Pakistan aims to construct an inclusive, tolerant and progressive society.
Mr. Jinnah explains that Pakistan's destined goal is to be among the most progressive and strongest nations of the world.
Mr. Jinnah explains that there are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.
Pakistan admires the principles of democracy, liberty, equality and fraternity raised during the French revolution.