I cannot agree that his change to native attire signified any change in his outlook, that he had developed through the early years in Britain as a student, an amateur actor and a budding barrister 'eating his dinners' at the Inns of Court. It sounds tempting, but on the contrary, I believe that through his nativist attire, he was deliberately presenting himself as a beacon, or a rallying point, for four and a half diverse provinces or subdivisions with no links between them. It did not reflect any inner change, in my personal opinion.Jinnah had a clear vision and goal in his mind ....... he knew what he was working for.
I don't agree with Secular as well Mullahs ........... both have confused Jinnah like Islam they practice.
His deteriorating health condition and changing attire with changing times and situation .......... all those photographs of him when looked upon in sequence ........ make it clear what he with others wanted in shape of Pakistan.