LAHORE - The Nation Editor-in-Chief Dr Majid Nizami has advised students to focus on their studies, as man has no value without proper education.
Dr Majid Nizami made these remarks during his meeting with a delegation of students from Pakistan as well as abroad in the headship of the Hamdard Foundation Chairperson Sa’adia Rashid who visited the Aiwan-i-Karkunaan-i-Tehreek-i-Pakistan on Monday. Those present on the occasion included Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Vice Chairman Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad, NPT Secretary Shahid Rasheed, Muhammad Asif Bhalli, Dr Ma’ham Munir, Hakim Usman, Khalid, Hayat Bhatti and Syed Ali Bukhari. Dr Majid Nizami observed that the glory of Lahore is embodied in the Shalimar Gardens, Badshahi Mosque, Lahore Fort, Minar-i-Pakistan and Allama Iqbal’s mausoleum. He advised the students to visit these historical places. He paid a tribute to Sa’adia Rashid who has proved herself to be a true successor of Hakim Saeed. Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad remarked that the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust is enlightening the youngsters about the Pakistan Movement, the Two-Nation Theory, the causes of the establishment of Pakistan and its aims through its Awareness Programme.
“We must equip our new generation with education, training and indigenous techniques so that we could use our massive mineral resources without having to fall victim to the exploitation by the developed countries,” Prof Rafique added.
Sa’adia Rashid thanked Dr Majid Nizami for receiving the delegation so warmly and for his great national and journalistic services. Asif Bhalli observed that the Quaid-i-Azam and Allama Iqbal are the two massive pillars supporting the edifice of Pakistan. The pseudo-scholars and so-called intellectuals who attack the heroic personalities must be brought to book, he remarked.