LAHORE Nawa-i-Waqt has become a nuclear weapon against anti-Pakistan forces during the last 48 years under the control of Majid Nizami, who followed his late brother Hamid Nizamis vision about the policy of the newspaper that has now seen the light of its 70th anniversary, said Col (r) Amjad Hussain Syed, eminent Tehrik-e-Pakistan worker and founder-member of Muslim Students Federation, while addressing the concluding session of a two-day seminar on 'Pakistan Resolution at the Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan here on Tuesday. Editor-in-Chief Nawa-i-Waqt/The Nation and Nazria Pakistan Trust (NPT) Chairman Majid Nizami, Bushra Rehman, Mehnaz Rafi, Prof Tauqeer Ahmed, Prof Ghulam Sarwar Rana, Prof Humayun Ahsan, Dr Ajmal Niazi and Waleed Iqbal also addressed and highlighted various aspects of the passing of Pakistan Resolution 70 years ago and subsequent establishment of Pakistan. The seminar was organised by the NPT in collaboration with the Tehrik-e-Pakistan Workers Trust. Col (r) Amjad Hussain Syed, who presided over, said that Allama Iqbal in 1930 gave road map for Muslim Ummah and Quaid-e- Azam filled colours in the map by establishing a Muslim state in the Sub-continent just after 7 years of passing of Lahore Resolution on March 23, 1940. Quaid-e-Azam was man of a thin body but he had a strong will power with which he fought for rights of Muslims of the Sub-continent and materialized the dream of Allama Iqbal using no weapon other than faith, unity and discipline, he said. He said that Majid Nizami took the responsibility of Nawa-i-Waqt after Hamid Nizami died in 1962. It was a difficult time but he took a stand for truth in the face of a dictator of that era. Paying tribute to Majid Nizami, he said two other newspapers Zamindar and Inqalab were there at that time, but it was Nawa-i-Waqt that dominated the scene and made progress with leaps and bounds. On this occasion, Majid Nizami congratulating the nation on Pakistan Day prayed that Allah may make Pakistan a country of Quaide-Azam and Allama Iqbal. Later, a bouquet of flowers was presented to Majid Nizami on the 70th anniversary of Nawa-i-Waqt and his services for the country and the nation. Begum Bushara Rehman said that March 23 was the day for two congratulations, one for Majid Nizami on 70th anniversary of Nawa-i-Waqt while the other for the whole nation on Pakistan Day when Pakistan Resolution was passed. She said Pakistan would remain on the world map till Doomsday and leaders should not spread fear by statements that Pakistan could disintegrate like it did in 1971. Prof Dr Muhammad Ajmal Niazi said that Pakistan was the result of Lahore Resolution which was supported by majority of Muslims. He said after the death of Quaid-e-Azam, Pakistan could not find any true leader, who could move hearts of the masses. He said a movement should be launched to make Pakistan, 'A Pakistan of Quaid-e-Azam. NPT Women Wing Convener Begum Mehnaz Rafi said that Quaid-e-Azam wanted to make Pakistan a modern Islamic, democratic and welfare state while in the present Pakistan the rich were getting richer and the poor are becoming poorer day by day. Prof Ghulam Sarwar said Hindu press opposed Lahore Resolution but Muslim remembered the atrocities of Congress Ministries in 1937 and vehemently supported the demand for Pakistan, ignoring Hindu propaganda. Prof Tauqeer Ahmed Sheikh said that Pakistan Day celebrations aimed at giving awareness to the young generation about the historic event of March 23, 1940 when Mauvli Fazl Haq presented Lahore Resolution demanding for separate homeland for Muslims in annual meeting of the All India Muslim League.