RAWALPINDI - Pakistan and Saudi Arabia enjoy historic, religious and spiritual relations of friendship, faith and brotherhood. The stability and security of Saudi Arabia is most important for Muslims and we have great reverence for the sacred places in the Kingdom.

Pir Muhammad Naqib-ur-Rehman and Pir Muhammad Hassan Haseeb-ur-Rehman, custodians of Eidgah shrine stated this in their message on the National Day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia here on Wednesday.  In their message, they expressed the warmest and heartiest felicitations to His Majesty King Salman bin Abdul Aziz AlSaud and Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, the custodian of the two holy mosques, the royal family and people of Saudi Arabia.

The custodians of Eidgah shrine lauded the efforts of Saudi leaderships for the uplift and progress of Muslim Ummah through unity and cohesion in the Muslim world. They eulogised collective efforts for the extension of the two holy mosques beside great management of millions of pilgrims during Hajj. They glorified the Saudi leadership for their assistance during the recent calamity of flood in Pakistan. They termed the relief efforts as open hearted devotion for people of Pakistan through relief centers to provide basic necessities of life to those who suffered in this natural catastrophe. They honoured the utmost efforts of Saudi Ambassador Nawaf Said al Malaki for practical measures to help the poor people during floods in different areas of Pakistan, particularly in Sindh. Saudi Arabia is a central stage in the Muslim world and the role of Saudi ambassador and counsellor to promote bilateral relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are commendable for the betterment of Muslim Ummah, they observed.