As these are times when the country finds itself trapped in the eye of the storm, at times at a loss to decide where its redemption lies, the exhortation of the Nazria-i-Pakistan Conference’s declaration that Pakistan should be metamorphosed in line with the vision of founder of the nation Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is quite pertinent. In fact, if anything, in the present day world where foreign influences and cultures have been leading our public and particularly the youth away from the vision of the Quaid, there is all the more reason to defend our ideology and strive to mould Pakistan accordingly.

Quaid-i-Azam fought throughout his life to create this separate and independent country for us to live as free humans; however over the decades, a base propensity for greed and lust for power obliterated his teachings and all that he had stood for. Pakistan became over the years contrary to how the Quaid had envisioned it to be. It is an unsafe place for the people to live. There is a dire need to not only amplify but practice the tenets prescribed by the Quaid. With that Pakistan can be steered through the prevailing straits.