This is with reference to a painful report published in The Nation, Lahore, dated September 16, 2008. It deals with the proceedings of an event related to the 'International Day of Democracy' organised at Islamabad by the Centre for Civic Education, Pakistan and United Nations Information Centre. The above derogatory report carries views of a learned professor at the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. A scientist by profession, Dr Pervaiz Hoodbhoy has hurled bitter invectives on the basis of the creation of Pakistan in his lecture on Does Pakistan need a new vision. He has directly attacked about a century old slogan i.e., Unity, Faith, Discipline given to the nation by its father, Quaid-i-Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Dr Pervaiz has even mischievously questioned the Two-Nation Theory which is the crux of the creation of Pakistan. Is there any need to remind Dr Pervaiz the historical statement of the Quaid when he said, "The Two-Nation Theory, is not a theory but a fact. The division of India is based on this fact." He very clearly said that India has proved herself a Hindu State pulling out Hindus from Pakistan. It is absolutely wrong to say that Unity, Faith and Discipline was only appropriate at the time of Independence. The fact is that this slogan is meant for all times to come. The Two-Nation Theory will remain alive and meaningful until such time the Muslims and Hindus inhibit across the border. Again, it is a fallacy to say that there are different nations in this country. How funny, clumsy and baseless is this argument when it is a known fact that Pakistan is an Islamic Democratic Country where a majority of the people are the followers of Islam. Only a very microscopic minority belongs to other religious groups who are treated honourably in this country. Rest assure that there is only one nation in Pakistan and that is the Pakistani Nation who believes in one God, one Prophet (PBUH) and one Book. They derive their guidance from the teachings of the Quaid-i-Azam who has taught them to live and let others live honourably according to the tenets of Islam. It must be kept in mind that there is least diversity in the rank and file of other minority communities. They are enjoying equal rights like all other Pakistanis. They are as respectable as others in this country. As far as socialism is concerned, it may be recalled that this ideology was totally discarded on the occasion of the annual session of the All-India Muslim League held at Karachi in 1943 under the presidentship of the Quaid-i-Azam. It was on this occasion that a prominent Muslim leader in the person of Nawab Bahadur Yar Jang had challenged this theory which the Quaid had agreed to. Hence this question was decided once and for all during the thick of the great Pakistan Movement. It is, therefore, simply another nefarious proposal being mooted at this critical hour of universal unrest of which Pakistan is also a victim especially in context of inhuman terrorist attacks. The question arises whether the International Day of Democracy was celebrated to throw filth on the Ideology of Pakistan and its valiant army who, of course, is there to guarantee the writ of the government. It must be borne in mind that there is no need at all for any new vision of Pakistan. It is unreasonable and unrealistic on the part of those who voice for any other vision other than Pakistani Vision.