KARACHI- As elsewhere in the country Karachiites Thursday celebrated the 132nd birth anniversary of the founder and the First Governor General of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah with national spirit and enthusiasm on Thursday. To mark the day many events were organised across the City. Acting Sindh Governor Nisar Khuhro and Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah visited teh Quaid-e-Azam Mausoleum to pay homage to founder of Pakistan. They laid wreath at Mazar and offered fateha. Acting Governor and Chief Minister recorded their impressions in visitors' book and paid tributes to the Father of the Nation for his struggle and pledged to follow his golden principles. Talking to the media on the occasion, Nisar Ahmed Khuhro that no one could cast an evil eye on Pakistan as the entire nation stood united to face any challenge. He said this country was created after a decades long struggle of great visionary leader Quaid-e-Azam for the cause of Muslims of South Asia. "People living on this land are patriots and always prepared to offer any sacrifice for the country, adding that minorities enjoying equal rights in the country", he said. Talking to the media, Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah said the nation is celebrating the birth anniversary of the person who carved out a separate homeland for the Muslims of sub-continent. He said the great Quaid could not get much time to lead the country to its zenith. Later on, he said Quaid-e-Millat strove for the country and nation but he too, was martyred. "However the promises made to the people were fulfilled by Quaid-e-Awam Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. He gave the nation the 1973 Constitution and restored the rights of people, he observed The Chief Minister expressed the resolve to come up to the expectations of people by pursuing the policies and mission of Shaheed Quaid Benazir Bhutto. The Chief Minister also extended X-mas felicitations to Christians. He said the Government was focusing on the Shahadat day of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto on December 27 while newspapers, radio, television highlighted the life and achievements of Mohtarma. Qaim said the previous government ignored the people but the present government would come up to the expectations of the masses. Provincial Ministers Pir Mazharul Huq, Shazia Marri, Muzaffar Shujrah, Ali Nawaz Shah, Rafiq Engineer, Amir Nawab, Tauqir Fatima, Manzoor Wassan, Advisors Rashid Rabbani, Waqas Malik, Sharmila Farooqui, Siddiq Abu Bhai, Special Assistant Waqar Mehdi, PPP leaders, workers, officials and large number of people were also present on the occasion. City Nazim Mustafa Kamal, representing the citizens of Karachi, laid wreath at the Quaid's Mazar. Then doors of the Quaid's Mausoleum were open and a large number of people from various walks of life, including men, women and children drawing from all parts of the city poured in at the Mazar to pay homage to Quaid-e-Azam for carving out a separate homeland for them where they could order the lives in accordance with the dictates of Islam. The Principal, teachers and students of Quaid's alma mater - Sindh Madressahtul Islam, also visited the Mazar and laid wreath at his grave. On the occasion Radio Pakistan, PTV and other private TV channels broadcast and telecast programs highlighting the signifiance of the day as well as presenting programs on the life and achievements of great Quaid. The newspapers also published special articles on the life, ideas and achievements of the Father of the Nation. Host of organisations organised seminars and symposia to mark the birth anniversary of Quaid-e-Azam. The law enforcing agencies had made elaborate security arrangements to maintain law and order on the occasion and keep watch on mischievous elements.