Jinnah House

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Jinnah House was the residence of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, when he lived in Mumbai, India.

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  • "Jinnah's house has absolutely nothing to do with Pakistan. It was my grandfather's personal residence and one that he loved dearly. How does that involve Pakistan?"
    • Nusli Wadia, industrialist and Jinnah's grandson.
  • "...the two have made it very clear to the Indian government that they consider Pakistan's claim to the house 'inappropriate'."
    • The Observer, London

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