It was indeed the fortune for the Indian Muslims that they found a leader like Quaid-e-Azam in the initial stages of struggles for Pakistan. The fate of the nations, no doubt, depends on their untiring efforts and sincerity to the purpose but if they can’t produce a sincere and capable leader at the proper time, all sincerities and efforts could go in vain or if they achieved anything it was very negligible.
It was quite possible that Indian Muslim could achieve Pakistan without Muhammad Ali Jinnah but it could have been delayed by decades or the mutual differences could have been pulled out after the inception.
Dr. Arshad Syed has rightly said:
‘The right title of Quaid-e-Azam, indeed has been allocated to the right man
(Muhammad Ali Jinnah).