Rangers DG pays tribute to Jinnah.


KARACHI -- Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah has given us a separate country and independent identification not only in the region but also across the globe. We should be grateful to the Almighty Allah for such a beautiful motherland and we must also thank the Quaid and people who were part of the Pakistan MoveAment.

These views were expressed by the Director General of Pakistan Rangers Sindh Major General Omar Ahmed on Monday.

'From north to south and east to west, this country has its unique recognition which makes it different from the rest of the world,' he added.

The Rangers DG was the chief guest at the programme arranged by the Pakistan Rangers Sindh as part of the Shukriya Jinnah, a campaign that aimed to paid tribute to the leadership and viAsion of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

To celebrate the 144th birth anniAversary of the Quaid-e-Azam MuhamAmad Ali Jinnah, the Pakistan Rangers Sindh organised the Faith Declamation Contest at the Karachi University's HEJ Professor Dr Salimuzzaman Siddiqi AuAditorium.

Various schools and colleges parAticipated in the event and laptops, gold medals, tablets and mobile phones were distributed among the winners. The DG Sindh Maj Gen Omar Ahmed said that declamation contests were part of creating awareness among the masses.

'It also shows that young minds are very talented and observe things in-depth and also capable to exApress what they see and what they feel,' he added.

He informed the audience that after the 9/11 incident, the world had witnessed major changes in global politics and Muslim communities and countries were almost cut off by the west. PakiAstan and other Muslim countries in the nearby regions were most affected due to changes in policies of the west which occurred after the terrible incident in the United States of America.

He said that Pakistani public and miliAtary successfully manage to defuse the situation which take place after the 9/11 attack and show the positive face of the nation to the world. He further said that military leadership cannot address the challenges and difficulties faced by the country without the help and support of the country fellows.

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