Pakistanis’ destroy founders legacy
A historic, 121 year-old, building used by Pakistan’s founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Balochistan has been destroyed after terrorists targeted it with bombs and gun fire that triggered a blaze, that took over four hours to extinguish.
The Residency, built in 1892, was originally used as the Summer residence of the Agent of the British Governor General. Jinnah spent the last days of his life in the building while suffering from tuberculosis and the structure was later declared a national monument.
Not content with destroying Jinnah’s legacy by removing policies like minority rights, and the separation of State and religion that he guaranteed these extremists are now even destroying the physical signs of the great man’s existence.