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