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‘Ginnah’ alcoholic drink named after Jinnah goes viral on social media

The pictures of the bottle of an alcoholic drink named after the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah are making rounds on social media.

Apparently, it is a bottle of Gin named Ginnah.

 

According to the viral photo, the back label of the bottle says, ‘In the memory of the man of pleasure who he was: Ginnah.’

 

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The description written on the bottle’s label says, ” Muhammad Ali Jinnah was the founder of Pakistan that came into being in August 1947 as a secular state. Decades later, the country was pushed over the cliff by a military dictator [Gen Ziaul Haq] aided by supporters in Washington D.C. and converted to a troubled place where he and some of the religious clergy pursued their sinister designs. M.A Jinnah would never have approved of that…”

Saman Siddiqui

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