PR Islamabad - Roots Millennium Schools RMS, Pakistan in collaboration with Allama Iqbal Council, Islamabad organised a mega event on ‘Allama Iqbal’s personality and his message for today’s Pakistan at PNCA Auditorium in connection with the Birth Anniversary of the poet of the East.

Chairman Allama Iqbal Council Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema, Chief Executive Roots Millennium Schools, Pakistan Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI, Famous Poet Anwar Masood, MD National Book Foundation Dr Inamul Haq Javaid, Director RMS Sabina Zakir, Dr Najeeba Arif, Rabia Kiani and Dr Manzoor Ali graced this auspicious occasion and pay a glowing tribute in honour of Dr Allama Iqbal.Roots Millennium Schools’ Students, Parents and Teachers flocked PNCA Auditorium in large numbers. A speech competition in English and Urdu was also a part of this mega event along with speakers who threw light on the teaching of Allama Iqbal for today’s Pakistan.

Chairman Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema claimed that those who do not pay tribute to their national heroes are faded away. Iqbal’s intellect will always remain guiding Principle for the humanity.Famous Poet of Pakistan, Prof. Anwar Masoodsaid that we as a nation have been blessed with philosophy and poetry of Dr Allama Iqbal. Dr Iqbal’s poetry also reflects the tafseer of Holy Quran.Founder & Chief Executive Roots Millennium Schools Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI urged the youth of Pakistan today to find a connectivity to their souls and spirituality through the guidance of Hazrat Allama Iqbal’s philosophy which is valid for all times.

 He also drew the attention of youth towards Iqbal, terming Iqbal as a beacon of light for them.

Director RMS Sabina Zakir captivated the audience by creating a true spirit of love and regard for Allama Iqbal’s poetry.

MD National Book Foundation Dr Inamul Haq Javaid and Prof Zahid Masood declared the position holders of declamation contest.

According to the judgment, Hafsa Javaid (English) and Fatima Aamir (Urdu) from Roots Millennium Schools, Islamabad bagged first position on delivering their speeches.