MULTAN - Pakistan Seraiki Party (PSP) Chief Taj Muhammad Khan Langah said on Monday that the day of April 14 would be remembered as a historic moment in the history of Seraiki Province movement as President Asif Zardari made a categorical announcement for the creation of the province on this day.“His announcement has given recognition to the long struggle and sacrifices rendered by the sons of this soil for the sake of identity,” he added while addressing the participants of a function held to mark 23rd founding day (Youm-e-Tasees) of the PSP here at party’s secretariat on Monday. He lashed out at the Sharifs, saying the announcement of Seraiki Province in presence of both President and Prime Minister in Multan was no less than a Tsunami for them. He added that the politics being done by PPP and PSP had also rendered Imran Khan and his cronies sleepless. He congratulated Seraiki people on announcement of Seraiki Province.Speaking on this occasion, PSP chief organizer Mansoor Karim Siyal said that the sons of Seraiki soil brought their movement on par with the movements launched by Sindhis, Balochs and Pakhtuns for their identity. He added that a new province and separate identity had become fate of Seraiki people. He warned that the federation of Pakistan would remain incomplete and unstable without Seraiki Province.Recalling the struggle carried out by the workers of PSP, he said that they had been organizing activities like processions, rallies, demonstrations and sit in since long. “It’s because of their long struggle that today both presidency and prime minister house are echoing with the slogans of Seraiki Province,” he added.BZU declares results: The Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan has declared the result of MA Pakistan Studies, Part-1 & 11 (Annual System) Supplementary Examination, 2010 here on Monday. According to the result notification, a total of 700 candidates appeared in the examination out of which 419 got through while 281 failed. Thus the overall success ratio in this examination stood at 59.86 per cent. No student could pass the examination in first division. However, as many as 293 secured second and 126 third division.