The prevailing conditions in India and Indian-Occupied Kashmir have proved Jinnah right,' says president, The best way to pay homage to the great leader, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, is to adhere to his motto of Unity, Faith and Discipline,' says PM, PM Khan is committed to transforming Pakistan into an Islamic welfare state in accordance with the vision of Jinnah,' says CM Buzdar, PPP is a true torchbearer of the vision of Jinnah as its leadership Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto laid down their lives in the struggle for a democratic, progressive, peaceful and strong Pakistan,' says Bilawal
The leaders have called for following the golden principles of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to cope with the challenges being faced by the country.
In a message on the eve of the Quaid Day, President Dr Arif Alvi said Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a visionary man, who had envisaged a separate identity, needs and political direction for Muslims of the sub-continent.
His message reads: 'The acumen of his foresight and vision can be witnessed even today with the prevailing conditions in India and Indian-Occupied Kashmir. Today marks as a special day in the history of our homeland. On this day, we had witnessed the birth of a great leader, a leader who changed the geography of this continent and gave us our motherland, our very own Pakistan.
President Alvi said Pakistanis were a resilient nation and by the Grace of Almighty Allah it had embarked upon the path to progress and development as envisaged by the Father of the Nation.
He said by paying homage to the great leader, the nation should stand united.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, in his message said the best way to pay homage to the great leader, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, was to adhere to his motto of Unity, Faith and Discipline which were a beacon of light for making Naya Pakistan - the truly Quaid's Pakistan.
Chaudhrys call for joint efforts for Jinnah's Pakistan
The prime minister, in a message on the birth anniversary of Quaid-i-Azam being celebrated on December 25, said they were indebted to the great Quaid for enabling the nation to live freely and preserve its social, cultural and religious identity.
'We still have a long way to go to fully realize the ideals of our founding father and fulfill the purpose for which our forefathers rendered innumerable sacrifices. We can achieve all these objectives while rededicating ourselves to the guiding principles given by the Father of the Nation,' he said.