PNM fully committed to Ch. Rahmat’s toil

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PNM fully committed to Ch. Rahmat's toil
ISLAMABAD: President Pakistan National Movement, M. Yousuf Aziz in a group photo with PNM leaders and students on the occasion of PNM Calendar 2019 distribution ceremony held at Career School and College, G-7 Markaz, Islamabad, Monday. - Staff Photo

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan National Movement is fully committed to highlight life long struggle of Ch. Rahmat Ali along with other stalwarts of Muslim history of sub-continent for an independent Muslim state in South Asia. These views were expressed by M. Yousuf Aziz, President Pakistan National Movement while addressing a function organized here Monday at Career College, Markaz G-7, jointly organized by PNM and the College.

He said to disseminate main events and basic facts of his life, historical developments taking place in the lives of theses stalwarts among the younger generation, Pakistan National Movement regularly publishes annual calendars and diaries. Three-page large size glazy paper calendar 2019 contains inter alia charter of Pakistan National Movement, six colour pictorial coverage of PNM’s last year programmes at various educational institutions.
M. Yousuf Aziz said that these calendars are our chronologies as it helps organize our future programmes, besides keeping our memories afresh about all events taken place during the particular year. He told the audience that these calendars are freely distributed among students as well as placed at public libraries.

Others, who spoke at the occasion included Ch. Abaidullah, President Private Schools Association Islamabad, Muhammad Farouq Hussain, Khizer Iqbal, Nazir Tabassum Gorci, Muhammad Hussain Tahir, Secretary General and Secretary Information of PNM.

PNM President M. Yousuf Aziz and all participants also urged the Prime Minister to bring back the mortal remains of Late Ch. Rahmat Ali and order CDA to allot suitable size of plot for his burial at Shakar Parian, Islamabad as promised by him in writing during his early election campaign last year.

Later, M. Yousuf Aziz distributed calendars among all the participants besides donating historical books to the college administration.