Speech Com­pe­ti­tion on Al­lama Iqbal Po­etry held at M.A. Jin­nah Univer­sity

Daily Messenger - - Metropolitan -

KARACHI; CEO, Brooks Pharma, Se­na­tor Ab­dul Haseeb Khan said that present rul­ing elite has de­liv­ered noth­ing to the na­tion ex­cept cre­at­ing dis­ap­point­ment, that is why he is hope­ful with our young gen­er­a­tion who are ca­pa­ble to build a bet­ter and pros­per­ous Pak­istan. He said that in fact we have failed to make Pak­istan in the line of the dream of Al­lama Iqbal. He also said that un­luck­ily that we could not take the ad­van­tage of the lead­er­ship like Quaide- Azam, Li­aquat Ali Khan, Khawaja Naz­imud­din and Sar­dar Ab­dul Rab Nishtar for a long time and later on op­por­tunist lead­ers oc­cu­pied the power. He said that he re­mained a mem­ber of the Se­nate of Pak­istan for six year but most of the mem­bers sit­ting around him were not fit to sit in this pres­ti­gious house. Th­ese views he ex­pressed while he was ad­dress­ing to a stu­dent’s speech com­pe­ti­tion held at Mo­ham­mad Ali Jin­nah Univer­sity, Karachi to mark the birth day cel­e­bra­tion of Al­lama Iqbal as chief guest last evening. Around one dozen city uni­ver­si­ties stu­dents par­tic­i­pated in this com­pe­ti­tion which was or­ga­nize by stu­dent’s Arts & lit­er­ary so­ci­ety, MAJU in col­lab­o­ra­tion with All Pak­istan youth or­ga­ni­za­tion. Fa­mous TV, an­chor Agha Shi­raz and se­nior de­bater Um-e-Farwa were the judges of this event. Those who were present on this oc­ca­sion were in­cluded Pres­i­dent, Mo­ham­mad Ali Jin­nah Univer­sity, Prof. Dr. Zubair Shaikh, Bar­ris­ter Shahida Jameel, M. P. A. Sindh Me­hfooz Yar Khan Ad­vo­cate, Nasir Zaidi and Of­fice bear­ers of All Pak­istan Youth Or­ga­ni­za­tion Hamza Rizwan, Amir Bi­lal and Asad Ayaz An­sari. Lec­turer, MAJU Mo­ham­mad Re­han read his pa­per on po­etry of Al­lama Iqbal. Ad­dress­ing to the pro­gram, Se­na­tor, Ab­dul Haseeb Khan asked the youths to unite on one plat­form to bring pos­i­tive changes in the coun­try. He also ad­vised to all 18 years and above youths to im­me­di­ately reg­is­ter them­selves as voter and to cast their vote in fa­vor of one the best can­di­date in next elec­tion. Ac­cord­ing to the de­ci­sion an­nounced by Judges of the com­pe­ti­tion Ju­naid Mum­taz of Karachi Univer­sity, Zain ul Abadin of Zul­fiqar Ali Bhutto Law Univer­sity and Re­han Ab­basi of Karachi Univer­sity ob­tained first, se­cond and third po­si­tions re­spec­tively. Sal­man Asif of Karachi Univer­sity was given fourth po­si­tion of this speech com­pe­ti­tion as a spe­cial case. Later on cer­tifi­cates and shields were dis­trib­uted among suc­cess­ful stu­dents, or­ga­niz­ers and spe­cial guests.

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