Pakistani American Anjuman


  • Allama Muhammad Iqbal

    Allama Muhammad Iqbal

  • Fatima Jinnah

    Fatima Jinnah

  • Quid-e-Millat Liaquat Ali Khan

    Quid-e-Millat Liaquat Ali Khan

  • Quid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

    Quid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Once a bureaucrat asked her wife that every person must try to keep some saving for his children; why Liaquat Ali Khan didn’t have any kind of saving for his children. She replied that I had asked this question to Liaquat and he said:


“I belong to NAWAB family; I have never worn a dress which I once had worn. My family provided me cook, servant and a driver when I was studying in Oxford. At our home either we eat meal or not still it was cooked for fifty to hundred people daily. But when I became the prime minister of Pakistan I asked one thing from myself; whether you accept your lordliness or PM ship. I accepted the later one. Whenever I want to purchase clothes for myself and I asked question to myself; Liquat does your nation also have clothes? Whenever I want to build my house; I asked myself do all the Pakistani people are living in their homes? And when I think to save something for my children; I asked a question to myself, do all the Pakistani people have money for their wives and kids? I found the answer of each question in negation. Then I asked myself Liquat the Prime Minister of a poor country cannot afford to have new clothes, lavish food and personal home for his self. “