Seminar on 'Two Nation Theory and its Relevance'

Speakers emphasised the role of two nation theory in creation of Pakistan and urged the youth to make continuous efforts according to Quaid-i-Azam famous slogan of 'Work, Work and only Work'.

 

They highlighted the Pakistan Movement and stressed to address the contemporary issues and challenges to raise the flag of Pakistan as a peaceful and progressive country in the world.

 

They stated this while addressing a seminar on 'Two Nation Theory and its Relevance' held at Pir Mehr Ali Shah, Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) in collaboration with Measac Research Centre (MRC), on May 11, 2017.

 

Professor Dr. Rai Niaz Ahmed, Vice Chancellor PMAS-AAUR was the chief guest, while M. Abdullah Gul, MRC DG, Brigadier (r) Abdul Rehman, defence analyst were the guest of honour. The seminar was attended by dean, directors and a large number of students.

 

Professor Dr Rai Niaz Ahmed, while addressing, said that the world has turned into global village, there is dire need for revitalising interaction between youth of the Muslim world as our ideological foundations are being affected through misinformation, confusion and false narration of history.

 

He urged the youth to make continuous efforts according to Quaid-i-Azam famous slogan of 'Work, Work and only Work'. He stressed to address the contemporary issues and challenges to raise the flag of Pakistan as a peaceful and progressive country in the world.

 

He said that youth with the strong qualities could transform the destiny of a nation. He emphasized to promote academic research for resolving the issues and challenges being faced by the Muslims. He stressed that it is the right time to awaken the spirit of Pakistan Movement in our youth so that our country could be built on strong foundations.

 

Brigadier (r) Abdul Reman said, the idea of two-nation theory was to preserve and protect the distinctive identity and advance the interests of Muslims, to order their lives in accordance with their ideals. Yet, twos (Muslims & Hindus) are incompatible and irrational to the systems for their cultural, religious, economic and social aspects. He emphasized that we must realize our customs and values being overwhelmed and identify the potentials to cope with the upcoming computational era of technology, power and energy.

 

M. Abdullah Gul said that Quaid-i- Azam worked for the Muslims of sub-continent and united them under Islam as a code of conduct. An Islamic state cares about the rights of minorities and their rights for selection of religion and this fact was the clear-cut mandate of Quaid-i-Azam.