His success can be explained in terms of the combination of his drive and authority, his integrity and ability to inspire loyalty in the lieutenants, with exhilaration of the call for Pakistan.4 However in seeking power for Muslims and taking up the demand for Pakistan he took up a charismatic goal--a goal which had not only lying close to their (Muslims) hearts, ever since they had lost political power to the British, but had also haunted them.5 Iqbal projected the vision of a ‘New World’, for the Muslims of Indo-Pakistan sub-continent.
He was the pioneer to see the vision of separate homeland for the Muslims-Pakistan.
After passing through long and many hurdles, Quaid gave it a practicle shape in 1947.
All his decisions were the reflection of the party decisions.
Therefore, Islam is not merely confined to the spiritual tenets and doctrines or ritual and ceremonies. He was a great statesman and he was great sovereign who ruled.”11 The Holy Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon Him) was successful in everything that he put his hand to from businessman to ruler.
It is a complete code regulating the whole Muslim society, every department of life, collective and individual.10 The Quaid while addressing the Bar Association of Karachi on the Holy Prophet’s birthday on 25th January 1948, said: “Islamic principles today are as applicable to life as they were 1300 years ago…. Islam has taught equality, justice and fair play for every body…….us make it (the future Constitution of Pakistan). He was the greatest man that the world has ever seen.All through the struggle, the Quaid manifested a great and firm belief in the democratic principles.A democratic journey started with the resolution of Sindh Assembly7 demanding the separation of Muslims areas from Hindu majority areas.He himself was Pakistan and he put his heart and brain into the ideology.6 He had a complete programme for his nation and visualized the basic issues and expressed his thoughts which are discussed here under: What was Jinnah’s vision of Pakistan?Would Pakistan be a modern democracy or a closed theocracy? These are some of the questions which have been asked more often than not.His firm belief in Islam and democratic system was evident.The main sources of his inspiration and guidance for the national effort were Islam and the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him).At the end of Ramazan comes the new moon, the crescent as a signal for a mass gathering on the ‘Id day again in perfect equality of mankind which effects the entire Muslim world.”9 In an ‘Id message in September 1945, the Quaid-i-Azam pointed out; The Quran is the general code for the Muslims, a religious, social, civil, commercial, military, judicial, criminal and penal code.It regulates every thing, from the ceremonies of religion to those of daily life, from the salvation of the soul to the health of the body, from the rights of all to those of each individual from morality to crime; from punishment here to that in the life to come, and our Holy Prophet Mohammad (Peace by upon Him) has enjoined on us that every Musalman should posses a copy of the Quran and be his own priest.Since he did not write a book, the main sources of his thinking are his speeches and statements.By keeping them in mind we may be able to grasp his vision for the state he had created.