Arshad Ali Gabol,
Karachi: Mansoor Hilaj Foundation arranged an award ceremony to highlight the efforts of the founding father Quaid Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah at Sindh Cafe here on Monday. Renowned historian Nazeer Chana was the chief guest whereas the function was presided over by former Principal of Muslim Law college and most senior advocate of Sindh High Court advocate Farooq Umer Khan. Political and Social workers, Journalist and civil society representatives were present in a large number. Speaking on the occasion chief guest Nazeer Chana said that the reality of struggle in the foundation of Pakistan is being manipulated in society in front of new generation deliberately and character of Quaid-e-Azam and his companions is explained insignificantly and made it pale also this perception is given that their efforts were not mature.
He said that Allama Muhammad Iqbal was just a poet whom he respects heartily but in the movement of Pakistan he had no effective role and said that if new generation gets awareness regarding Pakistan then it will be in complexion regarding creation of Pakistan. He elaborated that Pakistan resolution was typed on the time of emancipation by a type writer possessed his father but at present it is not handed over to him even not placed in Sindh Museum and those Sindhi who took place in movement are not honoured. Former Principal of Muslim Law college Farooq Umar khan Said that founder of Pakistan survived his remaining life hardly after the foundation of Pakistan even the ambulance which was used to carry him toward hospital was out of order and sent the next which was late to reach at destination. He said that success fell in the lap of those who did not struggle for Pakistan. At the end of program cake of Quaid-e-Azam’s birthday was cut and famous and hardworking men were rewarded acceptance award certificates as per their struggles in distinct fields. In those people educational and researcher personality Nazeer Chana, Senior Journalist Saami Memon, Sindhi Adabi Sangat member Ameen Mugsi, Zulf Ali, Social Activist Abdul Jabar Khaskheli, Mohtarma Sadia Abbasi, Mohtarma Samina, Mehfooz Bani khan, Muhtarma Shahila and educational expert Muhammed Aslam Memon are included.