OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Nazria Pakistan Trust Vice-Chairman Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad addressed the ideological training workshop at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan for the teacher of Al-Hanif School System Mughalpura on Friday. He emphasised on the need of better education system and uniform curriculum system in the country. Meanwhile, the students of Al-Munawar Public School Ishra on a study tour visited Aiwan and attended the ceremony. NPTs mobile units visited Syed Public High School Nadar Abad, Bright Model School Darogha Wala, Hamdia Rizvia Girls High School Islampura and New Pilot High School Badami Bagh. The teachers Tahir Mahmood, Naveed Ashgar, Tayyaba Kausar and Muhammad Ashgar addressed the students. Special sitting at Aiwan on June 3 plan: Hindus are the enemy of both Islam and justice and they had proved this during June 3, 1947 plan. Renowned Pakistan Movement Worker Syed Ahmad Saeed Kirmani said this while presiding over a special sitting at Aiwan-e-Kakrunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan here on Friday. Nazria Pakistan Trust and Pakistan Movement Workers Trust jointly organised the sitting to commemorate June 3 as a historic day in freedom struggle. NPT Chairman and TheNation Editor-in-Chief Majid Nizami, NPT Vice-chairman Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad, Brigadier (r) Zafar Iqbal, Prof Parveen Khan, Prof Muzaffar Mirza, MSF President Rana Arshad and people from various walks of life attended the special sitting. Ahmad Saeed said that we should be ready to render every sacrifice for the country. Had Pakistan not been created, we would have been among deprived section of society, he added. He said Pakistan was God gifted country and was created after the struggle of Muslims of Indo-Pak under the guidance of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Zafar Iqbal said June 3, 1947 was a historic day of Pakistan Movement in which the then British government had expounded the division of India on the basis of Two-Nation Theory. Though the British and Hindus had conspired to deter the establishment of Pakistan but their all conspiracies had badly failed, he said. Prof Parveen said the day remembered the people of Pakistan to ensue their freedom at any cost.