LAHORE:  Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif distributed gold medals among the heirs of the late Pakistan Movement workers.

At the 25th annual ceremony of Pakistan Movement Workers gold medals were distributed.

The Pakistan Movement Workers Trust has decided to award gold medals to those who participated in the Pakistan movement and make it a success story.

The gold medal for Syed Mukhtar Hussain Shah (Rohtak Hisar) was received by his son Editor The Nation Salim Bokhari while medal for Mian Muhammad Akram (Sahiwal) was received by his son Deputy Editor Daily Nawaiwaqt Saeed Aasi. Sumaira Saeed received her father Malik Zafar Saeed (Jalandhar) medal.

It was decided the other day at a trust meeting held Chief justice retired Mian Mehboob Ahmad. The trustees Justice ® Aftab Farrukh, Mian Farooq Altaf, Shokat Tareen, Iftikhar Ali Malik, Waleed Iqbal and Shahid Rasheed participated in the meeting.

The heirs got medals for their late Pakistan movement workers that include Muhammad Alam (Jalandhar), Malik ur Rehman Kiyani (Kohat), Riaz Ahmad Ch (Amritsar), Mian Abdul Kareem Faiq (Amritsar), Abdul Jabbar (Patiala), Nazir Ahmad Bhatti late (Ludhiana), Ibrahim Tahir (Kapoorthalla), Ahmad Mehmood Quraishi (Gordaspur), Sughra Begum (Dheli), Karam Khatoon from Chakwal, Asghari Begum Dheli, Prof Zakria Sajid Ambala, Rana Sajjad Ahmad Jalandhar, Manzoor Ahmad Siddiqui (Saharanpur), Molana Fazal Hussain late (Gujrat), Malik Muhammad Sharif Jhajh (Depalpur), Bashir Ahmad Bakhtiar (Amritsar), Mian Akram (Sahiwal), Malik Ghulam Mustafa (Shortkot), Sh Dost Muhammad (Lahore), Latif Ch (Hoshiarpur), S M Zafar (Lahore), Qazi Muhammad Hussain (Jalandhar), Ch Muhammad Tufail (Amritsar), Malik Hakim Khan (Chakwal), Mian Anwaruddin Kakakhel (Noshera), Amjad Ali Jafri (Kaporthalla), Abdul Sattar Shaikh (Lahore), Sh Salahuddin (Sialkot), Mian Ghulam Rasool (Shaikhupura), Miahn Muhammad Siddique (Lahore), Syed Mukhtar Hussain Shah (Hisar), Karamat Ali Khan (Lahore), Fateh Muhammad Khan (Ludhiana), Sh Rafiuddin Siddiqui (Chatagang), Shah Abdul Hameed (Rajshahi), Siraj Din, Haji Akhtar Hussain (Muradabad), Molvi Nihal Din, Khan Buhadur Fazlur Rehman (Shahjehanpur), Khan Bohadur Sultan Alam (Farrukhabad), Muhammad Yusuf (Katak Sadr), Syed Fazal Haq (North Katak), Khan Sahib Syed Dada Mian Ibrahim (Sitara Mombay), Abdul Satar Muhammad Hussain (Sholapur District), Abdul Majeed Ghee wala (Balgram), J H Shamsuddin (Kinara), Anwar Ali (Changli Pat), M A Muhammad Ibrahim (Tabkhor), Khan Sahib MR P Syed Muhammad (Ramna), Khan Buhadur Nawab S M Ismaieel (Patna), Ali Ahmad Buland Akhtar (Bhagal pur), Hidayat Ali (Amra wati), Abdul Sattar Farooqi (Naganpur), Abdul Ali Ilyas (Bangal), Hafiz Karam Ali (Luknow) and Kanwar Shafiq ullah (Kangra).

Pakistan Movement worker Haji Muhammad Sharif Jujh (late) was also awarded Gold Medal on his contributions of protecting around 300 Muslim women of village Rajowal of city Hujra ShahMuqim district Depalpur along with his companions. Haji Sharif foiled Hindus and Sikhs jathas from abducting Muslim women and killed the waging army with the help of his companions.