Special Seminar: "Quaid Azam, Allama Iqbal and Tehreek Pakistan"

The inspiring leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah gave practical shape to the concept given by Allama Muhammad Iqbal: Professor Dr. Baseera Ambrin

 The results of Pakistan Painting Competition (Kalam Iqbal) organized by Iqbal Academy Pakistan were announced yesterday. A special seminar was organized on December 13, 2022 under the title "Quaid Azam, Allama Iqbal and Tehreek Pakistan" by Iqbal Academy Pakistan. Among the guest speakers were Prof. Dr. Muhammad Arif Khan (Iqbal Scholar), Dr. Waheed-ul-Zaman Tariq (Iqbal Scholar), Prof. Dr. Mehboob Hussain (Chairman, Department of History, University of Punjab), Dr. Haroon Al-Rashid Tabasam (Iqbal Scholar) and Mr. Abdul Mateen Akhonzada. Prof. Dr. Baseera Ambrin, Director of Iqbal Academy Pakistan presented the words of thanks. In the seminar organized by Iqbal Academy Pakistan, all Pakistan Painting Competition (Kalam Iqbal) prize distribution ceremony was also organized. Dr. Mujahid Hussain hosted the event. The ceremony formally began with the recitation of the Holy Quran. Mr. Hafiz Muneebur Rahman enlightened the hearts of the audience by reciting the Holy Quran. Mr. Ghulam Hasnain Mazhari presented the Kalam of Iqbal in a beautiful voice.

On this occasion, Dr. Haroon Al-Rashid Tabasam said that revolutions grow in the minds of intellectuals. The establishment of Pakistan is the fruit of the revolutionary movement. It is the blessing of Pakistan that we are free today. We have to use our talents for our country. We have to be protectors of Iqbal and Quaid's thought. Professor Dr. Mehboob Hussain said that Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a fearless leader. Despite the difficulties, he persisted in his mission. His sayings are the source of inspiration for us. The personalities of Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam are a beacon for us. Quaid-e-Azam wanted a complete welfare state. If we want to move forward as a nation and live a dignified life, we have to pass on this legacy to the next generation. Dr. Muhammad Arif Khan while talking to the young students said that we have not played our due role. Now it is your responsibility. Iqbal's thought has the potential for movement and growth. If scholars and philosophers make use of Iqbal's prose, then the common people get benefit from his poetry. Abdul Mateen Akhwanzada said that the dreams of Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-i-Azam are a debt to us. We have to pay off this debt. We are in trouble until we determine the direction. We will not develop until we initiate dialo0gue in the society.

Dr. Waheed-ul-Zaman Tariq said that Pakistan was inevitable. Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah knew that there was no room to accommodate Muslims in India. And this is the cause of Pakistan. Embrace the message of Allama Iqbal and follow the Quaid-e-Azam. We have no other option. Prof. Dr. Baseera Ambarin thanked all the guests. She said that the inspiring leadership of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah gave practical color to the outline presented by Allama Muhammad Iqbal. Iqbal's firework changed the history of the world. The Tehreek-e-Pakistan has changed the map of the world and proved that even rocky rocks crumble in front of determined intentions.

Professor Dr. Baseera Ambarin announced the names of the students who got the positions.

In the first category consisting of first to fifth grade students, District and Public School and College, Dipalpur student Iman Mokhtar Ist, Honors Kindergarten and Secondary School, GT Road, Lahore student Ayan Naveedum, 2nd and Unique Junior School, Rizwan Garden, Canal Campus, Jalomore Lahore student, Abdul Hadi, secured the third position. At the middle level, Hasan Asif, a student of Unique High School, Rehmanpura Campus, Lahore, won the first position, Arha Fatima, a student of Unique High School System, Bahria Town Campus, Lahore was second, and Alina Yasmin, a student of Qazi Girls High School, Qainchi Stop, Lahore, got the third position. At the secondary level, Fatima Jaral, a student of Crescent Kids Campus High School, Rachna Block, Lahore won the first position, Nida Muhammad Yar, a student of District Public School and College, Dipalpur, while Nooranwar, a student of Muslim Ideal High School, Shahdara Town, Lahore, won the third position. At the end of the ceremony, shields and books of the Academy were given to the guests of the seminar and the students who won prominent positions in the painting competition were given shields and books of the Iqbal Academy.