Multan

Former Inspector General of Police and renowned intellectual of the country Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema has said that the conspiracies of the enemies are failing, compelling the opponents of Pakistan to admit that the future of the country is brighter than their expectations.

He observed this while addressing the participants of launching ceremony of his own book here at Bahauddin Zakariya University on Tuesday. He added that Allah the Almighty blessed Pakistan with plenty of natural resources and nation’s spirit played key role in foiling vicious designs of enemies of Pakistan. He advised the youth to love the country like their mother and feel proud of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam, local culture and traditions. He added that the youngsters should not follow others’ culture. He paid glowing tribute to the students and teachers of Army Public School Peshawar.

Pinpointing three major problems, he said that “we needed to get rid of inferiority complex, kick Indian culture out of our homes and hate corruption.” He stressed upon the students to learn to respect the law as only those societies made progress which hated corruption and respected law. He said that every individual would have to play role for the progress, prosperity and protection of this country.

Speaking on this occasion, Bahauddin Zakariya University Vice Chancellor Dr Khawaja Alqama said that each line of the book reflected patriotism of the author. He added that the writers highlighted importance of literacy in the book in a very beautiful manner besides spreading the message of hope.

Regional Police Officer Amjad Javed Saleemi said that Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema was a true leader who always supported the truth. He added that the book reflected author’s personality, who earned a good fame and name throughout his police career because of his honesty. He said that all police officers should follow Zulfiqar Cheema.

Dean Faculty of Arts Dr Ayyaz Rana, renowned poet Dr Aslam Ansari, columnist Khalid Masood Khan and others also spoke on this occasion. The speeches infused passion in the students and they chanted slogans like Long Live Pakistan.