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Mohammed Ali Jinnah Quiz

1) When was Mohammed Ali Jinnah sworn in as Governor General of Pakistan?
a) 12 May 1952
b) 14 August 1947
c) 6 September 1947
d) 15 October 1949

2) When was Mohammed Ali Jinnah born?
a) 12 October 1878
b) 25 December 1876
c) 19 March 1880
d) 15 April 1865

3) Where did Mohammed Ali Jinnah practise law?
a) Lahore
b) Bombay
c) Karachi
d) Baroda

4) When did Mohammed Ali Jinnah join Congress?
a) 1885
b) 1900
c) 1906
d) 1910

5) When did Mohammed Ali Jinnah leave Congress?
a) 1911
b) 1912
c) 1918
d) 1920

6) What was the religion of Mohammed Ali Jinnah’s second wife?
a) Muslim
b) Hindu
c) Zoroastrian
d) Jain

7) In 1937 elections Congress got 716 seats. How many seats did Muslim League get?
a) 777
b) 109
c) 512
d) 328

8) When did Muslim League adopt Lahore Resolution calling for the creation of Pakistan? (Pakistan was not mentioned by name.
a) 15 May 1937
b) 22 June 1939
c) 17 April 1941
d) 23 March 1940

9) When did Mohammed Ali Jinnah die?
a) 20 January 1948
b) 11 September 1948
c) 7 December 1950
d) 23 March 1952

10) Where is Mohammed Ali Jinnah’s mausoleum?
a) Lahore
b) Rawalpindi
c) Karachi
d) Bahawalpur

Mohammed Ali Jinnah Quiz Answers

1) When was Mohammed Ali Jinnah sworn in as Governor General of Pakistan?
b) 14 August 1947

2) When was Mohammed Ali Jinnah born?
b) 25 December 1876

3) Where did Mohammed Ali Jinnah practise law?
b) Bombay

4) When did Mohammed Ali Jinnah join Congress?
c) 1906

5) When did Mohammed Ali Jinnah leave Congress?
d) 1920

6) What was the religion of Mohammed Ali Jinnah’s second wife?
c) Zoroastrian

7) In 1937 elections Congress got 716 seats. How many seats did Muslim League get?
b) 109

8) When did Muslim League adopt Lahore Resolution calling for the creation of Pakistan? (Pakistan was not mentioned by name.
d) 23 March 1940

9) When did Mohammed Ali Jinnah die?
b) 11 September 1948

10) Where is Mohammed Ali Jinnah’s mausoleum?
c) Karachi



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