Lahore (PR) - Editor-in-Chief, The Nation, Majid Nizami has underlined the dire need for revival of the Pakistan Movement spirit so that the younger generation could become aware of the struggle, sufferings and sacrifices of the millions of men, women and children to create a separate homeland for the Muslims under the inspiring leadership of Quaid-i-Azam. Majid Nizami said this while visiting Jimmy Engineers solo art show For the eyes only at the Revivers Galleria in Gulberg the other day. He took keen interest in the Pakistan Movement paintings canvass prints displayed at the exhibition and lauded Jimmy Engineer for projecting the historical movement and encouraged him to continue the good work. Majid Nizami said that the country is facing many problems and needs young leadership to come forward, revive the Pakistan Movement spirit and try to put things in order through determined and united efforts. Jimmy Engineer informed Mr Nizami that the exhibition was opened by two minor special girls on 19th May and since then it is attracting good number of people hailing from all walks of life. Jimmy said that as he is committed to work for the welfare of the Special Children and that is why he chose two minor special girls Ayesha and Komil Amin to be the chief guests at the opening ceremony of his paintings exhibition. This was perhaps for the first time in the cultural history of Pakistan that two minor special girls inaugurated the paintings exhibition. This also reflected Jimmy Engineers commitment and dedication to the cause of the Special Children all over the country as well as abroad. Jimmy has been organising the Fun, Food and Awareness Programmes for the Special Children ie mentally-retarded, physically handicapped, deaf and dumb in Karachi, Lahore and other cities of the country.