LAHORE - Renowned worker of Pakistan Movement, Syed Ahmed Saeed Kirmani has said that the evil forces have failed to damage Pakistan as this God-given land is successfully coming out of problems and stepping towards development and prosperity. He was addressing to a sitting organised by Nazria Pakistan Trust (NPT) and Tehrik-e-Pakistan Workers Trust on 3rd June Plan of Indian Division at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Thursday. Prof.Ahmed Hussain, Dr Rafique Ahmed, Dr Sarfraz Hussain Mirza, Brig(r) Zafar Iqbal, Aziz Zafar Azad and Engineer Muhammad Tufail also spoke on the occasion while Syed Abid Hussian Shah was the stage secretary of the programme. Syed Kirmani said that the June 3rd Plan was our independence day because Quaid-e-Azam announced it the independence of Pakistan on All India Radio on the very day. He said enemies of Pakistan were planning to harm it and impede its progress since its birth but they could not succeed. Prof Ahmad said that Two Nation Theory became stronger after the victory of Muslim League in 1946 elections. He narrated the conspiracies of British government in shape of Cabinet Mission Plan 1944 and said that it was the wise leadership of Quaid-e-Azam which did not leave any occasion for Hindus and British to play their games against Muslims of the Sub-Continent. Dr Rafique Ahmed said that Quaids announcement of Hind liberation plan on All India Radio on June 3 ended at his own uttered slogan Pakistan Zinda Abad which infused a new spirit and enthusiastic affects in the minds of the Muslims of the Sub-Continent. He urged youth to come forward for the development of the country. Brig(r) Zafar, Dr Sarfraz, Aziz Zafar and Engineer Tufail also recounted the history of Pakistan Movement in their speeches and mentioned how after the great struggle of our great leaders this country came into being. They called Pakistan a God-gifted land adding it was the duty of every citizen to struggle for its progress and development. They thanked God for granting Muslims an independent homeland where they could freely practice the teachings of Islam.