LAHORE - The new generation must acquaint itself with the causes and objectives of the establishment of Pakistan and the life and services of the Pakistan Movement heroes.
Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Vice chairman Professor Dr Rafique Ahmad expressed the ideas speaking on the last day of internship programme conducted at the Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Tehreek-i-Pakistan Lahore.
Professor Dr Rafique Ahmad observed that the internship program was aimed at raising awareness and inculcating leadership qualities in female students by presenting Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah as a role-model. He exhorted them to contribute to the progress and prosperity of the country by taking an active part in nation-building activities.
NPT Secretary Shahid Rasheed said “our divergence from basic precepts may subject us to humiliation and disgrace at the hands of our enemy. The Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust has continuously been warning the masses of the nefarious designs of our eternal enemy”. He further said that the trust had women as members of its Board of Governors, its Advisory Council and General Council adding that year 2003 was celebrated as the Madar-i-Millat year by the efforts of the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust. At the end a session was held to instruct the interns.