LAHORE – PML-N leader and former federal minister Sartaj Aziz has said that Islam was the foundation of

Pakistan’s creation and that the youth must be informed about the purposes behind the establishment of the

country.
Presiding over a book launching ceremony at Aiwan-e-Karkunan-i-Tehrik-e-Pakistan here on Saturday, the

former minister stressed that the young generation needed to update about the sacrifices rendered by the millions

of Muslims of the region for the establishment of this country.
Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT) and Pakistan Movement Workers’ Trust (PMWT) jointly organised the

ceremony to launch late Zenab Kakakhel’s book ‘Justajo-o-Arzo’.
The writer was former Principal Government Islamia College Cooper Road and a worker of Pakistan Movement.

Her son and daughter now published the book on the will of their late mother.
TheNation Editor-in-Chief and NPT Chairman Majid Nizami especially participated in the ceremony.
He congratulated the publishers for fulfilling their duty which had been assigned to them by their late mother.

Majid Nizami said that the NPT by organising the launching ceremony of this book also paid its duty.
Sartaj Aziz paid tribute to the late Zenab’s services for the education sector saying she throughout her life worked

for the promotion of women’s education. Sartaj said that she had bravely faced every difficulty in her mission.
NPT Vice-chairman Professor Dr Rafique Ahmed said that we must remember those whom had rendered

sacrifices for Pakistan and the NPT was doing the same job for years. He said the country had been bestowed

with rich resources and intelligent manpower but the need was to utilise both these gifts of God in the welfare of

Pakistan, added Professor Rafique.
Begum Surraya KH Khursheed, Begum Khalida Muneer-ud-Din Chughtai, Begum Nisar Aziz Butt, Prof Dr

Parveen Khan, Islamia College Cooper Road Principal Prof Farzana Shaheen, Aheb Ullah Kakakhel, Dr Ajmal

Niazi, Dr M. Soofi, Prof Muzaffar Mirza, Yasin Wattoo, Shahid Rasheed, Rafaqat Riaz, teachers, students and

people from different walks of life participated.