LAHORE - The students of Central College of Commerce Ferozepur Road on Saturday visited the Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Tehreek-i-Pakistan to attend Aghi programme of Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT). They also visited the Pakistan Movement Gallery on the occasion.

Also, mobile ideological units led by their coordinators visited Star High School Sadar Bazar, Government Arif Higher Secondary School Mustafa, Government Gulberg High School Cantt, Government Najaf High School Gulberg-II, Government Girls High School Wafaqi Colony, CDG Girls Middle School Wafaqi Colony, Government Taleem-o-Tarbiat Elementary School Bhagat Pura and Government Girls Primary School Hammad Colony Shad Bagh respectively. 

The institution heads presided over the ceremonies in the said institutions. In their lectures, they lauded the NPT’s role in disseminating the Two Nation Theory to the new generation. 1348 students and teachers were the beneficiaries of the NPT’s aghi programme.

Pakistan Movement leader paid tribute: Mehmood Ali, the speakers urged the people to remember the lesson presented by the late leader who had launched the Tehrik-e-Takmeel-e-Pakistan to make possible the rejoining of Bangladesh with Pakistan.

The NPT workers laid a wreath on behalf of NPT Chairman Majid Nizami at the mausoleum of Mehmood Ali and offered fateha for the departed soul. Late Ali had been Asaam Muslim League Secretary and Tehreek-e-Takmil Pakistan Founder and Federal Minister. The speakers said that Mehmood Ali’s role in Pakistan Movement was laudable especially in 1946 elections and Silhat Referendum.