ISLAMABAD Late Mehmood Ali was a true follower of Quaid-i-Azam and modest politician who spent his whole life in promoting the Two-Nation Theory and serving Pakistan. Speakers stated this while addressing the 4th death anniversary of the great worker of Pakistan Movement, former president Tehreek-i-Takmeel-i-Pakistan and lifelong federal minister, Mehmood Ali, which was held at his grave in H-8 Graveyard, here on Wednesday. On the occasion, Secretary Nazria-i-Pakistan Trust, Shazia Rashid, laid a floral wreath at his grave on behalf of Chairman Nazria-i-Pakistan Trust, Majid Nizami. Addressing on the occasion, Pir Syed Muhammad Kabir Ali Shah has said that late Mehmood Ali strived hard for protecting ideological boundaries of Pakistan throughout his life. He said that late Mehmood Ali had never accepted the creation of Bangladesh and had been struggling to make it a part of Pakistan again till his death. He established Tehreek-i-Takmeel-i-Pakistan to merge Bangladesh into Pakistan, Kabir Ali added. He said, This great leader had occurred his last words that Kashmir should become a part of Pakistan. He said that he had strongly opposed the idea of 'enlightened moderation floated by former president Pervez Musharraf during his regime. He stressed upon the need for providing awareness to new generation about such great heroes of the Pakistan Movement. Speaking on the occasion, Col (Retd) Raja Sultan Zahoor has said that late Mehmood Ali had never accepted the creation of Bangladesh. He quoted Mehmood Ali as saying, I will visit Bangladesh on Pakistani passport but never get it stamped by Dhaka authorities. He on the occasion demanded of the Government to bury the dead body of late Mehmood Ali beside Noor-ud-Dins grave at the mausoleum of Quaid-i-Azam in Karachi. Professor Naeem Qasim while paying rich tributes to late Mehmood Ali has said that the late leader wanted to make Pakistan a true welfare state as dreamed by the Father of Nation. He said that now the responsibility rested on the shoulders of the new generations to play their role to make Pakistan a true welfare state as dreamed by Quaid-i-Azam and his workers. He said that Pakistan should establish good ties with Bangladesh and the Bangladeshi students should be given an opportunity to get admission in educational institutions of the country, as it would help bridge gap between the two states. Secretary Nazria-i-Pakistan Islamabad chapter, Raj Beg, President Sir Syed Memorial Society, Islamabad, Brig (Retd) Iqbal Shafi, Nawa-i-Waqt, Rawalpindi-Islamabad Editor Javid Sadiq and others also offered fateh at the grave of the late leader and attended the ceremony.