ISLAMABAD Ambassador of Bahrain Mohamad Abrahim Mohamad Abdul Qadir arranged a reception on Bahrain National Day. President Pakistan Muslim League (Q), Ch Shujat Hussain, Secretary General PML-Q Mushahid Hussain Sayed, Chairman PML (N) Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, Amir of JUI Maulana Fazlur Rehman, former AJK PM Sardar Atique Ahmed Khan, Federal Minister for Oil & Gas Dr Asim Hussain, former Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Gen (Retd) Ahsan-ul-Haq and Deputy Chairman Senate Jan Muhammad Jamali graced the occasion to show their solidarity with the Kingdom of Bahrain and its people on their National Day. Advisor to the PM on Religious Harmony Pal Bhatti was the chief guest on the occasion. The national anthems of Pakistan and Bahrain were played and the Ambassador and the chief guest also cut a cake. It was the 40th National Day of Bahrain and 12th ruling year of King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa. Jan Muhammad Jamali was much disappointed by the recent political situation of the country and the emerging political instability being created by the foreign elements within Pakistan. He was also disturbed about the unity Pakistans future and remarked that he has no place in Balochistan so he would have to live in Islamabad but please do not treat me like Raja Tri Dev Rai. Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain Mohamad Abrahim Mohamad Abdul Qadir was appreciative of the good relations between Pakistan and Bahrain that had grown from strength to strength as these were rooted in common faith, culture, values and strong determination to transform both countries into the most modern and advanced societies. Both countries enjoy the best relations based on Islamic brotherhood and solidarity. Pakistan always supported the solidarity, sovereignty and integrity of the Kingdom of Bahrain. His Royal Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa King of the Kingdom of Bahrain and His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al-Khalifa Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain are attaching significant importance to further strengthen and deepen the existing cordial relations with Pakistan. Bahrain is famous for its rich culture and heritage. It is home to large structures and is well known for oil and pearls. Due to the prudent and sound policies of its leadership, Bahrain has witnessed high quality achievements in all sectors of its economy and is able to move into the ranks of developed countries. Over 60,000 Pakistanis, the second largest foreign community working and living in Bahrain, is making valuable contribution to the economic and social development of this country.