LAHORE - Renowned Pakistan Movement worker Syed Ahmed Saeed Kirmani has said that Quaid-e-Millat Liaquat Ali Khan lived and died for the country and the leader like him is born in centuries. Presiding over a special sitting held to mark the 59th death anniversary of Shaheed Prime Minister at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan here on Saturday, he said that the Liaquat Ali Khan was a close and trusted companion of Quaid-e-Azam and would be remembered as a brave leader who warned India on hatching conspiracies against newborn country by raising his punch. He said that Quaid-e-Millat had sacrificed all his property for the country. He prayed that may 'our politicians follow the footsteps of Shaheed. Editor-in-Chief The Nation and Chairman Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Majid Nizami specially attended and addressed the ceremony. Vice-Chairman NPT Prof Dr Rafique Ahmed, General Secretary Quaid-e-Millat Memorial Society Mehfooz-u-Nabi, Dr MA Sufi, Dr Parveen Khan, Shahid Rasheed, Rafaqat Riaz, students, people from various walks of life attended the ceremony and paid great tribute to Shaheed Khan Liaquat Ali Khan. Majid Nizami said that Liaquat Ali Khan was our Quaid-e-Millat. He said, Quaid-e-Azam gifted us Pakistan while Quaid-e-Millat had served Pakistan for four years as a prime minister. Majid Nizami mentioned the clash between Mumtaz Khan Doltana and Iftikhar Hussain Mumdoot and added that then Liaquat Ali Khan had backed Doltana while Nawa-i-Waqt was with Mumdoot family. He said that people sought why the killers of Quaid-e-Millat were not being arrested but, he added, Zardari being the president also could not arrest his wifes assassinators. He said that he and Dr Rafique Ahmed had a honour that they both received Mujahid-e-Pakistan certificate and honorary sword from Quaid-e-Millat on working in 1946 election. They were then the students at Islamia College Lahore, he added. Dr Rafique Ahmed said that Khan Liaquat Ali Khan was a great leader of Pakistan Movement after Quaid-e-Azam, Allama Iqbal and Fatima Jinnah. He said that the first PM had led a simple life and worked day and night for Muslim League as a General Secretary. He said that Shaheed-e-Millat would also be remembered in preparing first poor-friendly budget of Indo-Pak as a finance minister. The speakers remembered Shahee-e-Millat as a mover of objective resolution and as founder of foreign relation policy of Pakistan. They also paid tribute to NPT and its Chairman Majid Nizami for arranging special sitting on the occasion of death anniversary of Shaheed-e-Millat Liaquat Ali Khan.