LAHORE - Pakistan can only survive as a place where enforcement of Islam is experimented, as such the opponents of Sharia should cross the border to India. Editor-in-Chief The Nation and Chairman Nazria Pakistan Trust Majid Nizami expressed his views while speaking at a ceremony organised by the Nazria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT) in collaboration with Tehrik-e-Pakistan Workers Trust (TPWT) on the completion of a decade of service by the trust at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Thursday. In his address, Majid Nizami said Pakistan was created in the name of Islam and Quaid also said he wanted to experiment enforcement of Islam in the country. As such safeguarding Pakistan and its ideology was a duty being a foundation of Pakistan. We want to transmit our ideology to the next generations for which we must be an exponent of our ideology. Majid Nizami said the TPWT was more important as it patronises the workers of Pakistan Movement along with the children of those who had departed away. Expressing hi gratitude to Shaheed Ghulam Haider Wyne for setting up the institute, He said, It tells people how and why Pakistan came into being. He said although Pakistan split into two in 1971, but he firmly believed that a day would come when both the wings would be re-united. He said opponents of Two-Nation Theory were misled and should learn a lesson from the recent humiliation of Pakistani journalists in India. Pakistan gave us everything out of nothing, he added. Majid Nizami said if PML (N) and PPP have joined hands, they should work jointly to keep the country on the track of democracy and avail time till the next election to keep it on the track, thus ensuring that the Army remained under the control of the prime minister. He revealed that he thanked COAS Ashfaq Parvez Kayani in a meeting for not grabbing the power inspite of an open opportunity. He also had a meeting with Asif Ali Zardari and exhorted him to sign the Nizam-e-Adl but he sent it to National Assembly for approval. He said the 111-page report of the NPT depicted its working and achievements during the past decade. On his turn, Justice (r) Dr Javed Iqbal said the present circumstances necessitated more vigorous promotion of the Pakistan Ideology as it could unite the people on a one single platform. Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad said the Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan to was playing a pivotal role for creating awareness among the youths. Presenting a report of the NPT encompassing the period from 1999 to 2009, he said the trust had forums in 18 different districts so far. He informed that the PM had allocated a grant of Rs 100 million the Aiwan, while a further Rs 25 million were presented by the chief minister Punjab. He cited ideological (Nazriati) Summer School and educational mobile units as the feats of the NPT and said during a year the units had organised programmes in 781 schools and colleges benefiting 3,90,000 students while as many as 31,750 students from 254 institutions had also toured Aiwan-e-Karkunan. For this purpose, Shahbaz Sharif had provided four wagons and two buses, he added. He informed that the trust had also organised 146 conferences along with setting up 26 Nazria Pakistan Societies at 26 colleges and 19 schools. Twenty-three books were also published on Pakistan Ideology while publication of monthly Nazria Pakistan continued as well. The library was enriched and Madr-e-Millat Centre was also established, he added. Sen SM Zafar congratulated Majid Nizami and NPT and hoped that it would continue its efforts. He said their aim was sublime which was the only panacea to keep Pakistan intact. Veteran journalist Mustafa Sadiq said Pakistan Ideology should be promoted in the rural areas. Mian Abdus Sattar, Brig (r) Zafar Iqbal Chaudhry, Engr Salimullah Khan, Dr Parveen Khan, Begum Khalida Jamil, MA Shahida Advocate, Justice (r) Munir Mughal, Allama Ahmad Ali Kasuri and Brig (r) Farooq Hameed Khan also spoke on the occasion. During the ceremony, Majid Nizami was presented a shield while shields were also given to Begum Majida Wyne, Dr Rafique Ahmad, Col Jamshed Tarin and Mian Abdus Sattar. Rafaqat Riaz received the shield of the best worker of the trust.