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      Iqbal is our national poet. He was born at Sialkot. He also got his early education from there. Then he came to Lahore. There he did his M.A. in Philosophy. For some days he also served as a professor at Government College. Then he went to England. On returning from England, he began practicing law at Lahore but he did not like this work. He was much  interested in poetry and national affairs. He was grieved to think that the Muslims were poor, ignorant and backward in the entire world. He has expressed his very grief in his poetry. But his poetry has a quality that it does not dampen the spirit of the reader; it urges him to action. Every verse of Iqbal is full of passion.
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     The greatest achievement of Quaid-e-Azam is the establishment of Pakistan. There were many aspects of his personality. Continuous struggle was the characteristic of his life. He considered the extreme struggle as the key to success. He fell ill due to excess of work. The doctors advised him to take rest, but he refused to act upon their admonition. At last, the very excess of work became the cause of his demise.
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     Quaid-e-Azam was proud of the young students of his nation. He wanted that the students should make effort for the construction, progress and solidity of Pakistan with the same passion and eagerness as they employed for its establishment. He said it while addressing a great crowd of students in March 1948.
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     Quaid-e-Azam had a great love for democracy. He despised all the forms of dictatorship. He said to his nation, "If the Government commits any mistake, criticize it." He thought that legitimate criticism is necessary for the betterment of nation. Quaid-e-Azam never abused or threatened the rulers. 

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     We are the youth of Pakistan. We should work hard and do our duty with complete honesty. We should do such pieces of work for our country and countrymen that whoever sees us, praises us. In the hour of need, we should not hesitate to stake our lives for our country. We should be prepared for every sacrifice and annihilate the evil designs of the enemy. In this way we should prove to the world that the people of Pakistan are a dynamic nation and do not shrink to offer the greatest sacrifice for the honour of their country.
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      The first element of national conduct is patriotism. Patriotism is such a passion that sacrifices personal interests upon national interests. The citizen of a free country must think before doing every work that doing such a work is useful or not for the nation. The second important element of national conduct is to employ honesty and justice in every walk of life.

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