LAHORE – The students of Qila Lakshman Singh CDG Girls High School on Wednesday visited the Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Tehreek-i-Pakistan to attend the Aghi programme of Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT). They also visited the Pakistan Movement Gallery.

Also, mobile ideological units led by their coordinators visited the Government College of Commerce, Sabza Zar; LDA High School for Boys, Allama Iqbal Town; Government Khanum Girls Middle School, Haninabad; Gulberg, Girls High School, Gulberg-II; Paradise Model School, Babu Sabu; Noor-e-Islam School System, Band Road; Bismik Academic School System, Shadbagh; and Pan Islamic Foundation School, Bhagatpura.

The institution heads presided over the ceremonies in the said institutions. In their lectures, they lauded the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust’s role in disseminating the Two Nation Theory to the new generation. 1150 students and teachers were the beneficiaries of the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust’s aghi programme.

CONTEST: The Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust held a speech contest in connection with 135th anniversary of Allama Iqbal at the Pakistan Movement Workers’ Trust.

Wapda Girls High School Shalimar Town’s Malaika Sabir stood first, while Unique High School Faisal Town’s Minal Fatima and Government Milli Darul Ittefal School Raj Garh’s Kinza Waheed got second and Tameer-e-Millat High School Raiwind third positions.

While among boys, Society Public High School Mughalpura’s Hasan Waqar stood first, Government Model High School Model Town’s Muhammad Shuaib second and Comprehensive High School Ghorey Shah’s Talha Semab got third position in the contest.

Vice-Chairman Nazaria Pakistan Trust Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad has said that women can make the country developed and powerful according to its ideological basis.

He said the country had enormous natural resources and the need was to utilise these God gifted minerals.

The Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust  in collaboration with the Pakistan Movement Workers’ Trust will organize a speech contest on Thursday (today) among College and University students regarding 135th birth anniversary of Allama Iqbal.

The Trust will also organize 6th death anniversary of Asaam Muslim League Secretary and Tehreek-e-Takmil Pakistan Founder and Federal Minister Mehmood Ali on 16th November (Friday).

Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Chairman and TheNation Editor-in-Chief Majid Nizami will preside over the ceremony. Mehmood Ali’s role in Pakistan Movement was laudable specially in 1946 elections and Silhat Referendum.