LAHORE - The 61st death anniversary of the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah will be observed today (Friday) across the country. The day will dawn with the special prayers in the mosques and other places of worship. Different organisations and educational institutions have also planned special seminars and ceremonies. To mark the day, Tehreek-i-Paksitan Workers Trust and Nazria-i-Pakistan Trust are also organising a ceremony at Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Paksitan at 10:00 am, in which the workers of the independence movement will pay tribute to the great leader. APP adds: In this connection Nazriya Pakistan Council would organize Quran Khawani at Faisal Mosque in Islamabad today. Federal ministers, senior government functionaries, parliamentarians, ambassadors of the Muslim countries and workers of Pakistan Movement would participate in the Quran Khawani. Jinnahs goal was well defined and crystal clear, based on the historic Two-Nation Theory. Despite heavy odds against him, Jinnah won, without leading a single protests rally on the roads, without giving a single protest call or shutter down or wheel jamming as is the order of the day. Against the political and religious environment at that time which was sweeping Indo-Pak sub continent, the young barrister Jinnah, emerged as the sole representative of the Muslims of India forcing an eminent British writer Beverly Nicholas in 1945 to proclaim him as one of the greatest world leaders of the 20th century. Jinnah was acclaimed as Quaid-e-Azam by no less a person than Mahatma Gandhi, the undisputed 'bapu of Hindu India.