Remembering the Quaid Part One
September 11, 2009
On the occasion of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah's sixty-first death anniversary, Dawn.com presents an oral history in which the first generation of Pakistani citizens recall encounters with the pathbreaking leader of their new nation.
The memories and stories of those who knew Jinnah comprise the most vital account of what the Quaid was like both as a friend and a head of state - they sift through the politics and convey a sense of the person.
These memories have been documented by the Citizens Archive of Pakistan (CAP), a non-profit educational institution and heritage centre. For more on CAP, go to
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