OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Speaking in the context of recent memo controversy, TheNation Editor-in-Chief and Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT) Chairman Majid Nizami said on Saturday that the person who sought Americas help to secure his chair had no right to hold the office of the President. While addressing an Ideological Training Workshop for under-training Assistant Education Officers (AEOs) at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan, he also highlighted that Armys duty was to protect the borders of the country and it had no right to rule over people. He said that things regarding the recent memo controversy would be clear after arrival of Hussain Haqani in Pakistan. Nizami congratulated the educational officers to be the part of nation-building in terms of delivering knowledge to the youth. He said that Two-Nation Theory was the basis of Pakistan and it is the duty of the teachers to focus of ideological training of the youth. Indeed, it is a matter of great honour for you that you are teaching the people because education is the base to achieve development. Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust and Pakistan Movement Workers Trust jointly organised the workshop for the AEOs in collaboration with the Punjab governments Education Department. The NPT Chairman held that Hindus were the enemies of Pakistan since its birth in 1947 but despite their conspiracies the country became an atomic power. No one can bring harm to Pakistan, it will remain on the globe till dooms day, Insha Allah, he held. He urged the teachers to thoroughly study the Muslim glorious history and Pakistan Movement and then pass the same to their students. NPT Vice-chairman Professor Dr Rafique Ahmed delivered lecture on the various aspects of Pakistan Movement and current situation of Muslim world especially of Pakistan. Trust Secretary Shahid Rasheed also addressed them. A multimedia presentation on Two-Nation Theory was arranged for the officers.