Pakistans nation on Wednesday is celebrating 144th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, with recharged duty to buckle down for progress and success of the nation.
The day unfolded with the national banner being lifted at all open and private structures and a change of guard’s ceremony at the Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi
An insightfully turned out unexpected of Pakistan Military Academy Kakul expected the gatekeepers’ obligation. Commandant Pakistan Military Academy Major General Muhammad Ali was the main visitor on the event.
In their different messages on the birth anniversary of Quaid-e-Azam, the president and pmr have said the ongoing improvements in India and occupies Kashmir have again vindicated the conviction of the incomparable Quaid that the fanatic Hindus could never enable Muslim minority to live with deference and pride.
In his message, President Dr Arif Alvi said Quaid-e-Azam was a visionary man who imagined the different personality, needs and political course of the Muslims of the subcontinent.
He said the keenness of his prescience and vision can be seen even today with the common conditions in India and occupied Kashmir.
The president said by giving recognition to this extraordinary pioneer, we should stand joined together and re-certify our confidence in his lessons.
Head administrator Imran Khan in his message said the most ideal approach to give proper respect to the Quaid on his introduction to the world commemoration is to stick to his standards of solidarity, confidence and order.
He said the whole world is seeing the corruption of the purported mainstream standpoint of the Indian Constitution today with separation and ruthless activities against various minorities.
He said on this Day we should not additionally overlook the mistreated individuals of involved Kashmir confronting the most noticeably terrible human rights infringement on account of the fundamentalist RSS-propelled BJP government.
“We are indebted to Quaid-e-Azam for enabling us to live freely and preserve our social, cultural and religious identity. We still have a long way to go to fully realize the ideals of our founding father and fulfill the purpose for which our forefathers rendered innumerable sacrifices. We can achieve all these objectives while rededicating ourselves to the guiding principles given by the Father of the Nation,” he said.
A number of events, including seminars, debates and exhibitions, are being planned both at official and civil society levels to highlight life, achievements and different aspects of the personality of the Quaid.