LAHORE - Chairman Nazaria Pakistan Trust and Editor-in-Chief The Nation, Majid Nizami has said that Madar-e-Millat Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah's services in the creation of Pakistan and later for its solidarity are unforgettable. She was perhaps the person behind Muhammad Ali Jinnah's elevation to a great leader (Quaid-i-Azam), he added. He expressed these views while addressing a sizeable gathering on the occasion of the 41st death anniversary of Madar-e-Millat organised by the Nazria Pakistan Trust in collaboration with the Tehrik-e-Pakistan Workers Trust at the Aiwan-e-Karkunan-e-Tehrik-e-Pakistan, on Wednesday. Earlier, the young scholars of Nazariati Summer School and a large number of people from all walks of life participated in the Quran khawni session and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace in heaven. Majid Nizami said he had close glimpses of Quaid-i-Azam but had detailed meetings with Madar-i-Millat over a number of times. He remembered he offered Madar-i-Millat full coverage of her activities in daily Nawa-i-Waqt during her election campaign against Ayub Khan on which she expressed pleasure. He said during presidential election campaign, once she stayed at the Lahore Governor House where he met her as a student leader along with other class fellows. "We invited Madar-e-Millat to deliver lecture at the university's Political Science Department. She responded but advised that government would harm us. So better not to address," he added Majid Nizami said had the election been fair Mohtarma would have been elected President of Pakistan. He memorised once Madar-i-Millat invited him at breakfast in Karachi. She showed unprecedented affection to him. While commemorating her tragic death, Majid Nizami said her death happened under mysterious circumstances, which proved testimony that she was assassinated under a conspiracy. He said Madar-i-Millat organised Muslim women of subcontinent for the Pakistan Movement. She bestowed us Fatima Jinnah Medical College in Lahore, which had produce thousands of female doctors so far. She would be remembered for ever, he added. Eminent religious scholar Allama Ahmad Ali Kasuri has said that after the death of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Madar-e-Millat Fatima Jinnah used to address the nation on the occasion of Quaid's death anniversary. In 1951, on the third death anniversary of the Quaid-i-Azam, she said the sole purpose of attaining Pakistan was that people could lead their lives according to teachings of Islam. He said she remained busy in making Pakistan a sovereign and self-respecting country. Former federal minister Begum Afifa Mumdot said we should feel proud of having assembled here to pay tributes to Madar-i-Millat. She said Madar-i-Millat was of the view that Pakistan had come into being for ever. Syed Ahmad Kirmani also spoke on the occasion.