ISLAMABAD (APP) - Former Information Minister, Senator Mohammed Ali Durrani Saturday paid rich tributes to Nawabzada Nasrullah Khan, former Chief of Pakistan Democratic Party (PDP) for his strong commitment and struggle made for revival of democratic institutions in the country. The late Nawabzada Nasrullah was a towering personality for his unblemished dedication to the democratic institutions and revival of democratic order in the country. Throughout his life, Nawabzada fought his way out against tyrants, dictators and autocrats whether the rulers had a political background or not, said Senator Durrani in an exclusive talk with this news agency on the death anniversary of Nawabzada Nasrullah Khan. Senator Durrani said, he had special regard and attachment to the late veteran politician, who belonged to his native area of Southern Punjab. The sacrifices made by Nawabzada Nasrullah would long be remembered for his quest for the revival of democratic order in the country. Nawabzada was himself an institution, and we used to learn from him. Durrani said, Nawabzada set a new precedence for the people of ignored and under developed areas, as despite being a public representative from the under-developed areas of Southern Punjab, he got himself recognised across Subcontinent as a distinguished politician. who stuck to principles, shrugging away favours and temptations offered to him, remarked Senator Durrani. He never bowed to any dictator or temptations offered to him by autocratic rulers. Rather, in defiance of autocratic rulers, Nawabzada formed successive political alliances to defeat the dictators - from General Ayub Khan to General Zia ul Haq, and thus set a new history for the pro-democratic people of Pakistan, he added. Saudi govt advises pilgrims for vaccination Saudi Arabian government has required all the intending pilgrims to furnish valid certificates of vaccination against Influenza, Meningitis and Polio for seeking entry visas of the kingdom. The prospective pilgrims have also been required to get vaccinated against influenza A (H1N1- 2009) commonly known as Swine Flu if the vaccine was available before Haj season, Saudi Ministry of Health said in its latest announcement regarding health regulations for Haj 1430-H.