The nation celebrated Mother of Nation Fatima Jinnah’s 125th birth anniversary while paying tributes to the iron lady of Pakistan on 31st July.
Fatima Jinnah was Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s sister and political adviser who helped her brother in realizing his dream through thick and thin.
Despite doing so much for Pakistan, from mobilizing women to extend their support for Pakistan to fighting the dictatorship of Ayub Khan, Fatima Jinnah hasn’t received the appreciation she deserves.
The social media users showered their love for Fatima Jinnah as they extended their gratitude for her efforts in the Pakistan Movement and beyond.
Here’s what people were saying:
#FatimaJinnah never stopped fighting fr what her brother #QuaideAzam believed in! Her services to the nation r uncountable she supported hr bro in his quest for independence our Madar e milat is an inspiration for all women and our citizens ,we are all celebrating her birthday
— RANA USMAN Khan (@RANAUSM46089299) August 1, 2018
An inspiration indeed.
A Great Leader and Inspiration for Women – Honorable Dr. #FatimaJinnah (July 31, 1893 – July 9, 1967)
Among the ranks of proud nations who brought forth those nations to existence frm the nothingness include the illustrious brother-sister, Mr M Ali #Jinnah & Miss Fatima Jinnah. pic.twitter.com/RItd6RLQlz
— Suddhan Sadaf Shareef (@SuddhanSadaf30) August 1, 2018
A truly iconic personality.
An epitome of strength.
Pakistan in one picture. #FatimaJinnah's role in the formation of Pakistan is symbolic of the fact that our founder visioned Pakistan to be one where men and women are equal; she was an epitome of strength who helped #Jinnah realise his dream.
May Pakistan produce more like her. pic.twitter.com/2T3TxInQii
— Nabeel Qadeer (@nabeelaq) July 31, 2018
A bitter reality?
Everyone talking about #fatimajinnah today but how many of us know of her death? Or murder if i may say so…her life prematurely ended over the fear of her taking Ayub regime head on.. that day Pakistans fate was sealed and civilian supremacy was buried before it even sprang out
— Zi Suleman Sharif (@zi_suleman) July 31, 2018
A lady with iron will.
— Bint e Gull (@bint_gull) July 31, 2018
“Never compromise on principles, Great people stayed true to their principles, and they sacrificed everything for their goals. No wordly temptation could stop them. #FatimaJinnah pic.twitter.com/YVnHbuU41c
— Ihtisham ul Haq (@iihtishamm) July 31, 2018
Mother of Pakistan.
— Dr. Aliya Kareem (@DrAliya7) July 31, 2018
The right hand of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
— Sufyan Qureshi (@MSufyanQ) July 31, 2018
There’s no denying her struggles.
— Amna Cheema (@amnacheema55) July 31, 2018
National TV pays tribute to Fatima Jinnah.
— PTV News (@PTVNewsOfficial) July 31, 2018
No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men.
No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. -Fatima Jinnah
— Syeda Anum Shah(official) (@SyedaAnumKhan) July 31, 2018
Her resilience was unparalleled.
Every bit counts.
The best way to commemorate the memory of a loved one is to take care of the things they loved. Pakistan's mother of the Nation, #FatimaJinnah spent her life loving Pakistan. Today, on her 126th birthday, let's promise to develop Pakistan into the Pakistan she dreamt of. 🇵🇰 pic.twitter.com/D5ubguVsSQ
— Mahrukh🇵🇰 (@Mahrukh_Irshad) July 31, 2018
Good luck finding a better sister than Fatima Jinnah.
Happy birthday mother of the nation. I so love you , can anyone ask for a better sister ? #FatimaJinnah 💗
— Ash Khan (@AyeshaJKhan_) July 31, 2018
Her personality was absolutely flawless.
— ShahRukh 👑 (@shahrukhsyed4) July 31, 2018
Her words on freedom of opinion.
— ❤Annie Virk❤ (@VirkAnnie) July 31, 2018
We are all to blame.
اس قوم کی سب سے بڑی ناکامی ہی یہ ہے کہ ہم اپنے محسنوں کوبھول گئے ہیں… #مادر_ملت_فاطمہ_جناح
— Maria Khan (@mariayousafzai) July 9, 2015