Last 60 days of Mohammad Ali Jinnah:

The last days of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, were marked by his declining health due to lung cancer. Here is an overview of the last 60 days of his life:

July 9 to September 11, 1948:

Jinnah – July 9, 1948:

Jinnah’s Health Deteriorates: Jinnah’s health had been deteriorating for several months. He was diagnosed with tuberculosis of the lung in 1930, and by 1948, he was suffering from advanced stage lung cancer.
July 9 - August 7 - August 14 - August 15 to September 10 - September 12 -1948 last days of  Mohammad Ali Jinnah

Jinnah at –August 7, 1948:

Admitted to Karachi’s Villa at 10 Aurangzeb Road: Jinnah was moved to a seaside mansion in Karachi called ‘Villa at 10 Aurangzeb Road.’ He was under the care of his sister Fatima Jinnah, who was also his closest confidante.

Jinnah – August 14, 1948:

First Anniversary of Pakistan’s Independence: Jinnah made a brief public appearance at the first anniversary celebrations of Pakistan’s independence. It was one of his last public appearances.

Jinnah – August 15 to September 10, 1948:

Declining Health: Jinnah’s health continued to worsen. He was bedridden and was attended by a team of doctors and nurses. Visitors were restricted, and only close family members and a few political associates were allowed to see him.
Last days of Mohammad Ali Jinnah

Jinnah at –September 11, 1948:

Passing Away: Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder and leader of Pakistan, passed away at the age of 71. He died at the Villa at 10 Aurangzeb Road in Karachi.
National Mourning: His death plunged the nation into deep mourning. The government declared a public holiday, and people across the country mourned the loss of their leader.

Jinnah at –September 12, 1948:

State Funeral: Jinnah’s state funeral took place in Karachi. He was laid to rest in a mausoleum that now stands as the Mazar-e-Quaid, the final resting place of the founder of Pakistan.
Jinnah at -September 12, 1948
Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s death marked the end of an era for Pakistan. His vision and leadership were instrumental in the creation of the nation, and his legacy continues to shape the country’s history and identity.