Pakistan destined to defeat India: NizamiMarch 17, 2010
LAHORE – Editor-in-Chief The Nation and Chairman of the Nazria Pakistan Trust (NPT) Majid Nizami has stated that freedom is the greatest blessing of the Almighty, Who may save us from dominance of Hindus, as our sworn enemy India is bent upon destroying Pakistan. However, if it did not refrain from committing aggression against us, then Pakistan is destined to defeat India because our horses in the form of atomic bombs and missiles are far better than Indian ‘donkeys’.
He was talking to a representative of the Punjab University (PU) television after inaugurating an exhibition of rare and historic photographs about the Freedom Movement, jointly organised by the NPT and Student Teaching Centre (STC), as part of celebrations of the Pakistan Day here at the New Campus on Wednesday.
“If one wants to have an idea of as to what would have been our condition, had Pakistan not come into existence, he should visit India to apprise himself about untold pathetic living conditions of the Muslims there at this point of time,” Nizami said, adding that we were grateful to the Almighty Allah that today we had been blessed with Independence. He said that the day was not far off when we would once again conquer India.
Nizami directed the NPT officials to distribute the exhibited books free of cost among the varsity students and not even a single book should be taken back, as he would pay the price of all the books from his personal purse.
He urged upon the students to acquire maximum knowledge because without education no one could succeed in any field of life.
Vice-Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran said that the PU would shortly examine the construction of a befitting memorial in the Old Campus ground where Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had addressed a mammoth public meeting two and a half months after the establishment of Pakistan. He said we should always remain in peak preparedness to face our born enemy India who even today had not accepted the existence of Pakistan.
He said that Pakistan had to play a key role in liberating enslaved minorities from the clutches of Hindu majority in the Subcontinent. He underlined the vital need for imbibing spirit of the Pakistan Movement in the country’s youth in order to rekindle in them the passion of reconstruction of Pakistan.
NPT Vice-Chairman and former PU Vice-Chancellor Dr Rafique Ahmad said that the father of the nation was in deep love with the country’s youth whom he always described as his most valuable pearls and diamonds.
Advisor Student Affairs Iftikhar Ahmad Chaudhry said that the main purpose of holding the photographic exhibition was to promote sentiments of Pakistan’s solidarity amongst the students.
Earlier, Registrar Prof Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan, Advisor Col (r) Ikramullah Khan, Institute of Communication Studies Dean Prof Dr Mugheesud Din Sheikh, Dr Mazhar Moeen, Dr Mansoor Sarwar, heads of various departments and a large number of PU students warmly welcomed NPT Chairman and Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami on his arrival at the venue of the exhibition.