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Governor, CM, Cabinet members visit Mazar-e-Quaid

September 12, 2017 at 4:15 am

KARACHI – Sindh Governor Muhammad Zubair along with Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and provincial cabinet members, in an impressive gesture of solidarity, here yesterday visited the mausoleum of the Father of Nation, Quaid-e-Azam, Mohammad Ali Jinnah to mark his 69th death anniversary. They on the occasion laid floral wreaths and offered Fateha with special prayers to help nation follow the principles of unity, faith and discipline set by the founder of the founder of Pakistan. Latter talking to media men, the Governor and the CM said the emerging situation around the globe and particularly in the region demanded absolute unity among the people. Muhammad Zubair said Quaid-e-Azam strongly believed and strictly followed the principles of hard work and selfless service that ultimately helped him surmount the difficult goal of a separate and independent state for Indian muslims. “Although he left us on September 11, 1948 yet the precedence set by him continue to hold absolute relevance for the entire nation,” he said. “People across the country can successfully brave all difficulties and play their role for existence of a stable and strong public welfare state,” he said. The Governor said Pakistan was created to help muslims lead their lives in accordance to their belief and culture with equal attention towards the fact that there will be no distinction among the citizens of the country on basis of their religion or caste. He reiterated that the death anniversary of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah reminded all Pakistanis of his vision that basically emphasized upon importance of hard work. “We the Pakistanis as a nation can definitely achieve the much cherished respect and recognition among the world community through strict compliance to the principles of the Quaid,” the Governor said. Country, he said is presently exposed to both internal and external threats that could be easily handled through unity, faith and discipline. Murad Ali Shah said the country comes first for all Pakistanis and all citizens are committed to protect their country against any nefarious design.

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