LAHORE - President Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK) Raja Zulqarnain Khan has said that Pakistan could not bear another tragedy like separation of Bangladesh. He stressed upon the need to address the reservations of people of Balochistan. The torch of freedom has gone to the third generation of Kashmir, which was striving to make the whole Kashmir a part of Pakistan. Now it is the need of the hour to emerge the people of Pakistan as a nation as it was during Pakistan Movement, he added. He was addressing at the ceremony held at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Saturday to observe the 4th death anniversary of late Mehmood Ali. He paid glowing tributes to late Mehmood Ali. He said late Mehmood Ali was a great worker of Pakistan Movement and the true follower of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Editor-in-Chief TheNation and Chairman Nazaria Pakistan Trust Majid Nizami presided over the sitting. Vice Chairman NPT Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad, Sajjada Nasheen Choora Sharif Syed Muhammad Kabir Ali Shah, Begum Mehnaz Rafi, Prof Muhammad Mirza and Rafique Alam address on the occasion. Zulqarnain said Mehmood Ali had contributed a lot for the success in referendum of Salhat. As a true follower of Quaid-e-Azam, he spent his whole life in promoting the Two-Nation Theory and serving the country. Though he had belonged to Bangladesh, yet he had never accepted Bangladesh and had struggled to make it a part of Pakistan again till his death, he added. He appreciated the NPT and its chairman efforts for arranging such an auspicious sitting and announced that a branch of Nazaria Pakistan Trust would be established in AJK next month. He said that he believed the youth must be informed about the ideology of Pakistan. Had Pakistan not been created, the Muslims would have been amongst the deprived, he observed. Majid Nizami said late Mehmood Ali strived hard to protect the ideological boundaries of Pakistan throughout his life. I had enjoyed the friendship of late Mehmood Ali. Whenever he came to Lahore, I met with him. He was the symbol of a great and united Pakistan. He had dreamt to make Pakistan a welfare Islamic state and I also had the same dream. Kabir Ali Shah said that late Mehmood Ali had established Tehreek Takmeel-i-Pakistan to merge Bangladesh into Pakistan. I had recently met with some Bengalis, they said to me that they had never wanted separation from Pakistan but was forcibly separated. The speakers paid glowing tributes to the modest politician late Mehmood Ali. They stressed upon the need for providing awareness to the new generation about such great heroes of the Pakistan Movement. (Picture on page 15) Three unanimous resolutions were passed on the occasion demanding the dead body of late Mehmood Ali to be shifted from Islamabad to Mazar-e-Quaid Karachi, educational scholarships for Bangladeshi students and strengthen trade ties with Bangladesh.