President Asif Ali Zardari has adopted wearing of Sindhi topi even during foreign visits to heads of state. Pakistanis are identified to wear Jinnah cap as a national emblem. Even otherwise Sindhi cap is not a full dress but a casual wear of a region of Pakistan on which normally a turban is worn. Simply wearing a Sindhi topi like a skull cap tends to diminish the stature of a person as head of a State. Mr. Karzai always wears a Karakuli cap on State functions which looks like a Jinnah cap to a large extent. It is suggested that our President may wear a black Jinnah cap like the father of the nation and which even Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto used to wear and it looked very graceful. The wearing of a Sindhi topi by our President does not look graceful and rather it compromises the stature of our President which ought to be avoided. May be the President would consider to act upon the advice of a very senior citizen who had seen the birth of Pakistan and heard the speech of late Quaid-i-Azam in Lahore during his college days. DR. MUHAMMAD YAQOOB BHATTI, Lahore, July 21.