LAHORE – The Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT) in collaboration with the Tehreek-e-Pakistan Workers Trust is organising a sitting on “The Objective Resolution – Its Significance, Aims and Objectives” at the Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Tehreek-i-Pakistan on Tuesday.

TheNation Editor-in-Chief and NPT Chairman Majid Nizami will preside over while Justice (r) Mian Allah Nawaz, Prof Rafique Ahmad, Justice (r) Nazir Ahmad Ghazi, Begum Mehnaz Rafi, Professor MA Soofi, Dr Shafique Jullunderi and Qaisar Sharif will address.

Meanwhile, the students and teachers of the Government Girls High School, Samsani Khooi, Johar Town conducted a study tour of the Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Pakistan in connection with the Pakistan Awareness Programme and visited the picture gallery of the Tehreek-i-Pakistan.

In the meanwhile the Ideological Educational Mobile Units visited the London Institute of English and Information Technology, Harbanspura, Lahore, The Government High Secondary School for Boys, Jullo More, Lahore, The Habib Model Girls High School, Jullo Park, Lahore, The Government Girls High School, Jullo Station, Lahore, The Government Bashir Model Primary School, Rana Town, Ferozewala, Sheikhupura, The Government Boys Primary School, Main Bazar, Rana Town, Ferozewala, Sheikhupura, The Government Boys School, Shahdara Colony No.1, Lahore, The Government Girls High School, Kamahan, Chungi Amar Sindhu, Lahore in order to deliver a lecture on the Two-nation Theory. The total number of the students and teachers benefiting from the lectures at the Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Tehreek-i-Pakistan and these educational institutions was 1172.

Nizami visits Malik’s shrine:  TheNation Editor-in-Chief and NPT Chairman Majid Nizami Monday visited the shrine of Muhammad Malik Shaheed.

NPT Vice-chairman Dr Rafique Ahmed, Naeem Chattah, Dr Ajmal Niazi, Shahid Rasheed and Rafaqat Riaz were also present on occasion.

Speaking on occasion, Majid Nizami paid tribute to Malik, saying he was the first martyr of Pakistan Movement.

Malik was 19 years old student of Islamia College Railways Road and was martyred when he took part in a rally against Unionist Party in 1946.