The Quaid stood for the discipline, freedom, democracy, rule of law, Says NA Speaker


Islamabad: Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, Speaker National Assembly has said that Quaid-e-Azam visioned Pakistan as democratic impregnable welfare state where people could live with peace, love, fraternity and harmony.

He also desired that every citizen should have equal opportunities of education, health, progress and justice. The Speaker expressed these views in his message to the nation on 65th Death Anniversary of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah being which is being observed today (Wednesday).

The Speaker paid glowing tribute to Quaid-e-Azam saying it was through his untiring leadership and unswerving commitment to the values of unity, faith, and discipline that the Quaid-e-Azam overcame all odds in establishing an independent homeland for the Muslims, where they could live their lives as a progressive and dynamic people.

He said that the Quaid’s achievement was a unique event in the history of nations as it was characterized by non-violence and strict adherence to principles. Quaid-e-Azam remained firm in the face of adversity, never compromised on principles or allowed expediency to influence his judgment”, the Speaker added.

The Speaker said that best tribute which we can pay to the father of the nation is allegiance to principles which he espoused vigorously and the values which he promoted consistently in his career.

His death anniversary calls for reappraisal of the situation and a solid commitment to complete Quaid’s mission of consolidating Pakistan and ensuring its stability.

”We should not forget his unmatched qualities of leadership, which included impeccable integrity, incorruptibility and a truly remarkable capacity for hard work, the Speaker remarked.

I am confident that on this day we would come up to the expectations of our great Quaid and pledge to extend all possible efforts to overcome the challenges confronting the nation and turn them into opportunity to make Pakistan a better and strong country”, he said.

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