Quaid e Azam’s Sculpture Revealed At London Museum – Here’s How Pakistanis Expressed Their Joy

The free air we are breathing in today, we owe it all to our beloved Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
No matter how an individual chooses to lead his life and wherever in the world they live, they will have regard and respect for their leader.

That pretty much explains the sentiments and pride that every Pakistani felt when the statue of Quaid e Azam was revealed for the first time at British Museum London. Not only on our own soil, but his caliber and merits being recognized by people all across the world is truly a special moment for all of us.

The statue was unveiled by city’s mayor, Sadiq Khan. The ceremony was also attended by top officials and notables. After the reveal, it was moved to Lincolns Inn. The place is not only recognized for having a solidified image in the field of Law but also has a strong affiliation with Quaid. Treasurer of Lincolns Inn, Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury was also present at the ceremony and expressed his delight. He revisited the students years of Jinnah, saying that he was impressed by the number of books in the library which is why he chose to study there.

He further called him an influential leader who made a lasting impact. Needless to say, Pakistanis all across the world were proud and overwhelmed and certainly couldn’t hold themselves from verbally expressing it. Here is what people had to say:

It truly is an honor for every Pakistani to be lead by a man who is embraced not only by his own countrymen but also globally.

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