KARACHI: PIA Scouts organized Jashn-e-Pakistan at its Provincial and District Scouts Headquarters to mark Pakistan Day. Provincial Secretary Shams Khan was the chief guest ceremony held at the Provincial Scouts Headquarters.
Addressing the scouts, Khan said: “The 23rd March is the greatest day in the history of Pakistan to remember the Lahore Resolution. The day is considered a major milestone in the Muslim struggle for an independent state in undivided India. Being Pakistani, Pakistan Resolution was the first step towards making the separate homeland for the Muslims of subcontinent.”
When Pakistan came into being on 14th August 1947 at that time, Pakistani flag was hosted in France in 6th World Scout Jamboree. Now we have to follow the footsteps of our great leaders and we all respect and celebrate this day from the bottom of our hearts.”
Provincial and district officials Syed Mehboob Qadri, Ghulam Qadir, Mohammad Tariq, Mohammad Usman, District Commissioners Tasawwur Attique, Syed Javid Raza and other officials were welcomed by District Commissioner Academy Abdul Raouf, Assistant Commissioner Sadaqat Mehmood and Secretary Shahid Aleem of the organizing district.