Zardari calls Quaid-e-Azam non graduate & Javed Chaudhery's Response.

jootaymaro

Politcal Worker (100+ posts)
Zirdari calls Quaid-e-Azam non graduate
Javed Chaudhery's response.
 
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jaanmark

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
****** is always ****** even he is our holy land pakistan presendent.

thanks to our medel and high class people that is why he is still in the power.
 

imemyself89

MPA (400+ posts)
It seems that technically Quaid e Azam wasn't a graduate. He did his matriculation and then went abroad, and joined Lincoln's Inn, and then studied law, and was 'called to the bar'. I am not sure whether he's completed his education. So he may or may not be a graduate in the strictest sense.

Nonetheless, he should not have used Jinnah's name, in his petty politics. Zardari brought this up to justify his own lack of education.

Javed summed it up nicely.
 

ehsanali

MPA (400+ posts)
He was practicing Law all his life he was barrister he completed his education before returning to India.
 

mya

Politcal Worker (100+ posts)
Dear Javed Ch sb,
Please forgive Quaid e azam .
Please dont even compare the greatest leader of indo-pak with the Larkana animals(HAR SHAKH PAY ULLU BAITHA HAY UNJAM-E-GULISTAN KYA HO GA).This is by no mean a comparison. For God sake leave the poor quaid aside from them, he will be some where in heavens (may allah rest his sole in peace) crying on what these monkeys and donkeys are doing.
 

Super123

Councller (250+ posts)
I find it disgraceful for me to comment on this sick and stupid person, who happens to be our President...............Shameful..............PPP goes to hell !!!
 
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Murshad Jee

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gery301

Citizen
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Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah the founder of Pakistan
(1876-1948)

"Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. Mohammad Ali Jinnah did all three."
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Muhammad Ali Jinnah (1876-1948)
Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah the founder of Pakistan was born in Karachi on December 25th, 1876. He got his early education at Karachi and at the age of 16 he went to England for further studies. In 1896, Jinnah qualified for the Bar and in 1897 was called to the Bar. It was his struggle that despite stiff opposition from the Hindu Congress and the British Govt., Muslims of Sub continent managed to get their own home land on August 14, 1947. Jinnah was a man of principles. He was probably the only person among all the big leaders of the world, who never went to jail. He was the first Governor General of Pakistan. His motto was Unity, Faith and Discipline.


HE WAS A GREAT MAN


http://www.pakistanpage.net/gallery/main/leaders/leader1.html
 
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saju78

Voter (50+ posts)
murshed jee i ll complete ur poem,

insaaono mian hai jo hawan,kahaty hian usay sadar-e- pakistan, na sherm na haya hai bada wo beEMAAN,chor, uchka,aur hai wo bada shtaan,waday jhooty kerta hai woinsaan, magar kasy kahian usay insaan, kahaty hian usay sadar-e-pakistan, saju khan south korea .

brother ager kuch chay tu email ker dena , [email protected]
 

GeoG

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
It seems that technically Quaid e Azam wasn't a graduate. He did his matriculation and then went abroad, and joined Lincoln's Inn, and then studied law, and was 'called to the bar'. I am not sure whether he's completed his education. So he may or may not be a graduate in the strictest sense.

Nonetheless, he should not have used Jinnah's name, in his petty politics. Zardari brought this up to justify his own lack of education.

Javed summed it up nicely.

Soon after completeting his Matriculation in undivided India, he came to England.
Schooling system were not same in India and UK.

In UK, even today, if a child has never gone to school, he will be admitted to a school based on his age.
For example if someone migrates from Pakistan to UK at the age of 13 and he has never been to school in Pakistan, in UK he will not start from class 1 but will as per his age will be admitted in class 8 or 9 depending on his date of birth.

Mohammad Ali Jinnah did not straight go to school after coming to UK and made himself eligible to get admitted in Lincolns Inn.

Don't let these idiots get away this silly propoganda that Jinnah was not a graduate
He studied in a different education system, if he was to study in India then he would surely have to complete his Graducation before Masters Degree.

Issue, at present, is Fake Degree and Not Degree or No Degree.

May these politicians burn in the deepest corner of Hell who are defending Fake Degrees as a non issue.
 

psycho1

MPA (400+ posts)
Quad-Azam was a great lawyer and Brasiter at the end. HE was a greatest leader of his times. Pakistan belongs to Qude-Azam. may Allah bless him sum ameen. zardari sab plz leave prsidencey it is soo much shame for pakistani that pple like yu are prisendt.
 

Nice2MU

President (40k+ posts)
Early life and education of Zardari

Asif Ali Zardari belongs to a Shia Muslim Sindhi Baloch (Sindhi speaking) family from Sindh.[6][7] He was born in Karachi and is the son of Hakim Ali Zardari, head of one of the Sindhi tribes,[1][8] who chose urban life over rustic surroundings. His mother is from the family of Khan Bahadur Hassan Ali, who was among the founders of the first educational institution in Sindh, "Sindh Madarsa-tul-Islam Karachi".

Zardari received his primary education from Karachi Grammar School and his secondary education from Cadet College, Petaro.[6] Zardari also attended St Patrick's High School, Karachi.[9] While a candidate for parliament, a position for which a 2002 rule requires a college degree, Zardari claimed to have graduated from a college in London called the London School of Economics and Business (LSEB).[10][11] The 2002 rule was overturned by Pakistan's Supreme Court in April 2008

References

7 . ^"For the Night of 30 December 2007". AFCEA International. http://nightwatch.afcea.org/NightWatch_20071230.htm. Retrieved 23 November 2009.

8. ^http://jang.com.pk/thenews/feb2008-weekly/nos-17-02-2008/instep/mainissue.htm

9 .^ ab Peter Wonacott (September 5, 2008). Zardari Set to Assume Pakistan's Presidency. Wall Street Journal. Accessed 2009-12-22.

10.^"Zardari education background a mystery". http://www.upi.com/Top_News/2008/03/21/Zardari_education_background_a_mystery/UPI-93891206120117/.

11. ^"Zardari a London graduate: PPP". http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2008\03\12\story_12-3-2008_pg7_17.



...............Please Click on reference no. 10 and 11.
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............What can be expected from a Jahil Insaan.

............I think Zardair even doesn't know the meaning of Graduation.

..........One can get certificate or diploma from Fake colleges very easily in UK. Two years back, one could easily get the diploma from 100-300 Pounds.


Very very agreed to Javed Choudri.
 
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Nice2MU

President (40k+ posts)
Zardari a London graduate: PPP
Daily Times Monitor

LAHORE: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari is a graduate from London, said PPP spokesman Farhatullah Babar. He (Mr Zardari) is a graduate from the London School of Economics and Business Studies. You can check it on our partys website, said Mr Babar, responding to a question from Daily Times regarding an article in the New York Times which shed some doubt over Mr Zardaris B Ed degree.

A report published in the New York Times by Jane Perlez on Tuesday says, In the early 1970s, Mr Zardari went to London. It says that while there, he attended the London School of Business Studies and received a Bachelor of Education degree. His official biography says he attended a commercial college called Pedinton School. But a search of tertiary educational institutions in London showed no such school, and associates said he did not finish his studies.

Perlez goes on to write, The question of whether Mr Zardari has a university degree is relevant because President [Pervez] Musharraf introduced a law in 2002 that made it compulsory for parliamentary candidates to hold a degree in order to qualify for electoral office. She wrote, referring to expectations among his political colleagues and in the Pakistani news media that Mr Zardari will run for parliament so that he can then assume the post of prime minister.

However, the article also states that when asked about his degree, Mr Zardari said, I do have a degree. That is not an issue. According to Perlez, He said he attended the London School of Business Studies much before I was married. I think its a B Ed degree. I havent really looked at it, he said

Source: http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2008\03\12\story_12-3-2008_pg7_17

.............In our country there are many "Sharam kay Namoonay" but Zardari is No. 1. Pakistan should ashamed of him