QAHM Holds Nation Founder Conference

The Quaid-e-Azam House Museum Institute of Nation Building (QAHM-INB) held a lecture on the life of the nation’s founder on Friday. Students from the Jinnah Foundation School, INB board members and others attended the event. of all schools could understand their content.

It will also be a tribute to our national language to engage students in nation-building ideas, he added.

He announced that such events would be held regularly after an interval of 15 days and different speakers would be invited to talk about the life of Quaid-e-Azam, Pakistan, democracy, education, foreign relations of the Pakistan, economy and nation building.

“Scholars and professionals from all over the country can register for the allocation of a suitable date for their conference on any subject beneficial to Pakistan,” said Liaquat Merchant, Quaid-e’s great-nephew. – Azam.

He added that the schools in Karachi were giving their full support and cooperation to make the program a success. Highlighting Jinnah’s life, Merchant said that very few people living today have seen the Quaid-e-Azam in real life. “I am one of the luckiest people to have met the founder of Pakistan.

In 1947, I met Jinnah at my grandmother’s house. He said that the father of the nation worked for democracy, freedom and equality and that Islam was also a supporter of these principles. Jinnah’s struggle for independence was unprecedented and unmatched, he added. Merchant remarked that the Quaid-e-Azam knew that if the British left India undivided it would be impossible for the Muslims to obtain a separate homeland.

QAHM-INB’s Ikram Sehgal said Merchant’s decision to come to Pakistan was a good decision. He came here at the request of Fatima Jinnnah and now he is playing a great role in inculcating the true spirit of patriotism in young people in line with Jinnah’s vision and teaching, the speaker added.

Angela C. Hale