OUR STAFF REPORTER SADIQABAD - The Rahim Yar Khan Bar Association president urged the state to protect the human rights of every Pakistani. The Constitution of Pakistan provides every citizen with right to live, express and get education, Advocate Hassan Nawaz Khan said while addressing a training workshop for the Bar members. He also stressed the need for abiding by the law. The Bar president urged the state to take notice of law violations in the country and fulfil its responsibility to protect citizens rights recognised in the Constitution of Pakistan. Addressing the seminar, Shams Nazir, the project director of an organisation, said that nobody can be punished with physical torture, nor can be dealt with remorselessly. Every citizen reserves the right to be honoured by the law and no one can be arrested or exiled on the orders of a ruler. Every citizen has a right to promote nationalism, he said. Mr Nazir maintained that work was being done in 10 districts of Pakistan including Rahim Yar Khan to promote and save human rights. In the district, a human rights forum has also been formed to help in legal issues the persons who are victim of physical or mental torture, he concluded. Urs: The 15th Urs of Pir Syed Khadim Hussain Shah Bukhari was held at the Baba Gharib Shah Tibba here. Addressing a huge gathering on the occasion, Pirzada Muhammad Ajmal Bukhari said that the destination of the followers of Islam is the appeasement of Allah Almighty. He also paid rich tribute to Syed Khadam, saying the former served the religion of peace during his whole life. Allah Almighty enlightened the humanity through His last and final Messenger (PBUH) whose teachings help the people get appeasement of the Cherisher and Sustainer. The saints or spiritual leaders are the followers of the Prophet (PBUH) and by joining hands with them, one can get appropriate guidance to walk on the right way to the Most beneficent, he added. He maintained that like his ancestors, Pir Syed Khadam always acted upon the teachings of Islam and pledged to walk on their footsteps.