Generation enlightened with Pak Ideology our mission: Majid Nizami
RE - Chairman Nazria Pakistan Trust and Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami has said that they wanted to prepare a generation who must have the knowledge why Pakistan was created. They must know who gave the Ideology of Pakistan and who was Quaid-e-Azam and his associates?
He was addressing the opening ceremony of 9th session of Nazriati Summer School at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Tuesday. Dr Javed Iqbal was guest of honour.
Majid Nizami welcomed the students and said He often said you are graduate of our Nazriati university. While thanking Allah Almighty he said this had happened as the Prime Minister had laid foundation stone of Aiwan-e-Quaid-e-Azam and the university.
He said Hindus opposed Pakistan and they created riots during partition killing lakhs of Muslims who ruled the sub continent for 1,000 years.
Majid Nizami told the children they were sitting with liberty and comfort only due to a separate homeland, i.e. Pakistan.
He advised the children to give priority to education and help make Pakistan a democratic, Islamic welfare state as wished by the Quaid.
Dr Javed Iqbal said that the children would be told how Pakistan came into being and how to make it prosperous. The only way is to acquire higher education of quality and know the luminaries of the Pak Movement.
Secretary NPT Shahid Rashid explained the objectives of the summer school. The students put questions to Mr Majid Nizami and Dr Javed Iqbal.
To a question, Majid Niami said the past rulers failed to make Pakistan a democratic, Islamic welfare state for which they should be condemned.
To another question, he said he and his newspapers are ideological and he faced dictators during the past and politicians who damaged Pakistan. To a question he said removal of Quaid portrait from Presidency was unwanted step and they should amend it if they have to rule. He said Pakistan came into being to live for ever. Allama Ahmad Ali Kasuri will address children of the school on Wednesday (today) at 11.30 am.