LAHORE – The students of Bright Asifa High School Harbanspura visited Awan-i-Karkunan-i- Tehreek-i-Pakistan office on Saturday under the ‘Pakistan Awareness Programme’ of Nazria-i-Trust Pakistan.
Programme Coordinator, Prof Lateef Nizami while addressing to the students said that ‘Pakistan Awareness Programme’ is a revolutionary and ideological programme of Nazria-i-Trust Pakistan under which we informed the students and the teachers about the ideological purposes of Pakistan.
While the Mobile Ideological Educational Unit No1 went to Govt Girls Higher Secondary School Dev Samaj Road under the leadership of Coordinator Prof Mohammad Saeed Shaikh for delivering a lecture on Two-Nation Theory.
The head of the Institution Mrs Robina Abbas while addressing to the students said the focus of our hopes is our youth, so it is very important to inform the new generation about the purposes of the Pakistan.
Mobile Ideological Educational Unit No 2 went to Govt Anjuman Islamia Girls High School Gowalmandi under the leadership of Coordinator Prof Abdul Islam, where the ceremony was presided over by head of the institution Madam Mubashra. She said in her presidential address that Madr-i-Millat Mohtarama Fatima Jinnah performed a vital role in the successes of her great brother Quaid-i-Azam. She sacrificed every thing for the sake of her brother and looked after him with full dedication.
Afterwards questions were asked to the students about the informations delivered to them during the lectures at both the institutions and at the Awan-i-Karkunan-i- Tehreek-i-Pakistan.
Meanwhile, the students of Government Modern Middle School Rangmahal on Pakistan Aghi programme visited Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Saturday.
The schoolteacher Sajjad Hussain addressed them at the ceremony and they were informed about Pakistan Movement.
Mobile ideological units led by their coordinators visited Government Madrassah-tul-Benat High School Macleod Road and Government High School for Boys Chuhang.
The schoolteachers Ms Sara Bano and Muneer Ahmed presided over the ceremonies in said schools respectively.