In her book titled “My Brother” by Quaid-i-Azam’s sister Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah, quotes “One day, looking intently into my eyes, he (Jinnah) said, Fati I am no more interested in living. The sooner I go, the better. These were ominous words. I was shocked, as if I have caught a live electric wire. I managed to keep calm and said, Jin, you will be soon alright, Doctors are hopeful. He smiled, a deathly smile, No I don’t want to live”. Sixty Four Years down the road, the plight of this nation seems to be the same as that of Quaid for no one having any desire to live on.