What no one told you about Pakistan
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Mazar-e-Qaid Under Construction. Karachi, Pakistan

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Mazar-e-Qaid Under Construction. Karachi, Pakistan

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theholycow:

During Pakistan’s first cabinet meeting in 1947, ADC Gul Hassan asked Mohammed Ali Jinnah: “Sir, should we serve tea during the meeting, or coffee?” Jinnah raised his head in surprise: “Did these people not drink tea/coffee from home? Which ever Minister wishes to have tea/coffee, he may do so before coming here, or perhaps after he returns home. The people’s money is for the people, not for the luxuries of Ministers”. 

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theholycow:

During Pakistan’s first cabinet meeting in 1947, ADC Gul Hassan asked Mohammed Ali Jinnah“Sir, should we serve tea during the meeting, or coffee?” Jinnah raised his head in surprise: “Did these people not drink tea/coffee from home? Which ever Minister wishes to have tea/coffee, he may do so before coming here, or perhaps after he returns home. The people’s money is for the people, not for the luxuries of Ministers”. 

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Jinnah going to the office on his first day as Governor General of Pakistan.
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Jinnah going to the office on his first day as Governor General of Pakistan.

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aminalikesthisstuff:


KINSHASA, Congo - Jinnah Public School is commonly known as the Jinnah School in this central African country. The Congolese students honor Pakistan once every year at the annual function by reciting the Pakistani national anthem. Some 4000 Pakistani civilians and soldiers are helping Congo-Kinshasa stand on its feet.

The school was established by Pakistan Army officers and soldiers as a gift to the people of Congo.

things like this genuinely make me happy! :’) 


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