LAHORE - Terming Nazriati Summer School (NSS) as an exemplary institute in Pakistan, Editor-in-Chief The-Nation and Chairman Nazria Pakistan Trust (NPT) Majid Nizami has said that the students at NSS are being prepared to lead the country in future. He said freedom is the biggest blessing while slavery the worst curse in the world. Addressing the students of NSS on the topic of Pakistan has been indispensable and will be indispensable at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Monday, he presented a solution to the situation being faced by the country and said the same could also help make Pakistan an Islamic, democratic and a welfare state according to the vision of great leaders Quaid-e-Azam, Allama Iqbal and Mohtarma Fatime Jinnah. Vice Chairman NPT Dr Rafique Ahmad and Chairman Tehrik-e-Pakistan Workers Trust Col (r) Jamshed Ahmad Tareen were also present on the occasion. The unfortunate incident at Data Darbar is clearly a negligence of the provincial and federal governments, Majid Nizami said and added the police were performing duties for the rulers while shrines, where the thousands devotees visit daily, were without security. Replying to a question, he said peace between India and Pakistan is totally linked with Kashmir becoming part of Pakistan and added, the indulging in useless dialogue process over the last 62 years by our rulers was the main obstacles in achieving Kashmir. He said we could get Kashmir only with power. To another question from the students, he said creation of Pakistan in 1947 and he being a part of struggle for it, was the most pleasant moment of his life. He said the students were being made 'ideological graduate at NSS. He said the school was performing the duty, which in fact, was of the government. He also paid glowing tribute to the former chief minister Punjab late Ghulam Haider Wyne and told the students that NPT is a gift for nation from Ghulam Haider Wyne. He said Wyne was the actual worker of Muslim League of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and was not the worker of the ML of Nawaz Sharif or of Chaudhary Brothers or Peer Pagara. He informed the students about the memories of Pakistan Movement. He said though he had degrees in Political Science and International Affairs from London but the degree of 'Mujahid-e-Pakistan for working as a student during Pakistan Movement was the most prestigious degree for him. He told them that, despite insisting of friends, he refused to send his name to Guinness World Records book for serving as an Editor for 48 years. Majid Nizami, on the occasion, prayed for good future of the students and the country besides he gave cash prizes to the students who participated in tableau show. The students thanked him for visiting NSS. The students also celebrated 'Green Day regarding environmental awareness at NSS. Khadija Zulfqar and Zajaja Maharwi won the awards of the student of the day.