Dina Wadia, a daughter and only kid of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, passed away in London on Thursday, Express News announced citing ‘family sources’. She was 98.
“This has been very sad and wonderful for me. May his [Jinnah’s] dream for Pakistan come true,” she wrote in the visitor’s book at the Quaid-e-Azam mausoleum in Karachi.
Dina was born on the night between August 14 and 15 in 1919 and as per history specialist Stanely Wolpert, “She made a dramatic entry into the world, announcing her arrival when her parents were enjoying a movie at a local theatre in London.”
In the wake of wedding to a Parsi businessman she remained in India and in this manner moved to the United Kingdom. She went by Pakistan upon the passing of the Quaid, and after that exclusive by and by in 2004, amid the Musharraf period.