LAHORE - Chairman Nazria Pakistan Trust and Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami has said the younger generation has to work for the solidarity and integrity of the country. He was addressing the Nazariati Summer School children at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Saturday. Our generation has finished its job in 61 years and the younger generation has to live and work for another 61 years to make Pakistan an Islamic, democratic and welfare state as envisioned by the Quaid and Allama Iqbal he maintained. Majid Nizami expressed gratitude to children and their parents who reposed confidence in the NPT. He said after one month the children would become totally 'nazriati. Earlier MNA Begum Bushra Rehman said that we would not have faced crises if there would have been an institution like Nazria Pakistan Trust. Why are we proud of being Pakistani, she questioned? She highly eulogised the services of Majid Nizami and his team for training and education of new generation. She said Majid Nizami was sapling nursery for future as a gardener plants fruit trees not for himself but for the coming generation. Prof Humayun Ihsan was will be the guest speaker at NPT Summer School on Monday (tomorrow) at 11:30 am. Aghi programme Mobile Unit of Nazria Pakistan Trust Aghi programme organised ceremonies at three different places on Saturday. The Unit No 1 organided a ceremony at Madrissa Barkat-ul-Aloom inside Dehli Gate. Allama Syed Mohammad Nisar Ashraf Rizvi presided over the ceremony. Prof M Saeed Sheikh delivered lecture on Two-Nation Theory. Mobile Unit No 2 led by Prof M Hanif Shahid organised a ceremony at Madrissa Qadir-ul-Islamia Harbanspura. Qari Khuda Bakhsh presided over the ceremony. The mobile Unit No 3 led by Prof Abdus Salam organised a ceremony at Jamia Mohammadia Rizvia Firdous Market, Gulberg. Allama Qari Zowar Bahadur presided over the ceremony. The students were given prizes in the quiz competition while sets of books were given to the Madrissa libraries.