Rabbani visits Quaid’s Mazar, lay wreath

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Rabbani visits Quaid’s Mazar, lay wreath

KARACHI, Sept 11 (APP): Acting President and Senate Chairman
Mian Raza Rabbani Sunday visited the Quaid’s mausoleum to pay homage to the Father of the Nation Quaid i Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah on his 68th death anniversary.

Accompanied by some members of the Sindh cabinet, he laid a
wreath at the Quaid’s grave and offered Fateha.

Raza Rabbani, in his remarks on the occasion, said the precis
of the speeches of the Quaid i Azam was the road map for the progress
and development of Pakistan.

The democratic system, he said, could be further strengthened by
following the Constitution.

Raza Rabbani condemned the atrocities by the Indian forces on the
people in the occupied Kashmir and asked the international community
to pressurize India to stop human rights violations.

The use of pellet guns by Indian forces had caused serious
injuries to many youngsters in held Kashmir, he added.

Sindh Governor Dr Ishrat ul Ebad Khan and Chief Minister Syed
Murad Ali Shah also visited the Quaid’s mausoleum, laid a wreath
and offered Fateha.

Dr Ishrat ul Ebad on the occasion said the best way to pay homage
to the Quaid was to implement his principles of ‘faith, unity and
discipline’.

Syed Murad Ali Shah said the service to the people was the very
mission of the provincial government.

People from various walks of life also visited the mausoleum of
great Quaid to pay tribute to him and offered Fateha.

The representatives of the three services laid wreaths at
the Mazar on behalf of their respective chiefs. They also offered
Fateha.

Deputy Mayor of Karachi Dr. Arshad Vohra also laid a wreath at
the Mazar of the Quaid on behalf of the citizens of Karachi,
and offered Fateha.

Various organisations and academic and other bodies organised
seminars and ceremonies to pay tributes to Quaid i Azam on the occasion.

Newspapers published supplements and radio and television channels
aired special programmes to shed light on the life and achievements of the Father of the Nation.