ISLAMABAD (APP) - President Asif Ali Zardari has said scouting is a unique organized endeavour that derives sustenance from innate human qualities of love, compassion and selfless service of mankind regardless of caste, creed, colour or national boundaries. In a message on the commemoration day of the investiture ceremony of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah as the first Chief Scout of Pakistan on December 22, 1947, President Zardari said scouting is a truly international movement which not only inculcates positive values in youth, but also helps in alleviating the sufferings of humankind. "Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who was the first Chief Scout of Pakistan summed it up beautifully during his address to the Scouts at the time of his investiture ceremony on December 22, when he said scouting can play a very vital role in forming the character of our youth, promoting their physical, mental and spiritual development and making them well-disciplined, useful and good citizens," he added. The President further said the future of the country belongs to the youth. "I, therefore, urge youth to develop their physical and intellectual capacities and employ these capabilities in the service of our people, indeed of the mankind, as useful citizens. In doing so you will radiate love, harmony and brotherhood, that is so badly needed for peace and stability." "My dear scouts, remember our motto for the year 2009 is Peace through Scouting. As you set out venturing on scouting and blaze a trail of peace and harmony my patronage and love will always remain with Pakistan Boy Scouts Association. May the world become peaceful and secure through your endeavour in scouting," he concluded. International Conference on Benzir Bhutto Shaheed on Monday International Islamic University would host an international conference on Monday to pay homage to Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed at its Faisal Mosque Campus. Speaker National Assembly Dr. Fehmida Mirza, Minister of Education Mir Hazar Khan Bajarani, Rector of the University Manzoor Ahmad and a number of ambassadors in Islamabad are likely to speak on the role and services of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto. Students from 42 countries of the world would pay homage to the personality of the Shaheed leader of Pakistan and the world, Muzammil Hussain, Deputy Director Public Relations told media persons on Saturday. Arrangements of the conference were finalized in a meeting with President of the University, Dr Anwar Hussain Siddiqui.