Muslim’s sacrifices for Pakistan unforgettable: says Aleem Khan

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Ali Hassan

On the occasion of Independence Day, a graceful ceremony was held at Hazoori Bagh in which Senior Minister Punjab Abdul Aleem Khan participated as the Chief Guest and hoisted the national flag.

Senior Minister Abdul Aleem Khan was welcomed and the contingent presented him with a salute where the national anthem was also played. Abdul Aleem Khan also visited Mazar-e-Iqbal and offered Fateha.

Senator Ejaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Provincial Ministers Mian Mahmood Al-Rasheed, Pir Syed Saeed Al-Hassan Shah and other important social personalities also attended the function.

Chief Guest Senior Minister Abdul Aleem Khan participated with the students who sang national songs and applauded their performances.

On the occasion, Senior Minister Punjab Abdul Aleem Khan said that today’s day undoubtedly reminds us of the eternal sacrifices of the Muslims of the subcontinent which we can never forget.

He added that due to the enthusiastic leadership of Quaid e Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah a separate state came into being and today it is gratifying that under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the country is on the right track and getting stronger and stronger.

He stressed that now we all have to play our positive roles for further betterment. Abdul Aleem Khan said that freedom is a great gift of Allah Almighty which we have got due to the tireless work, struggle and countless sacrifices of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

He said that In Sha Allah the sacrifices of Kashmiri brothers will not go in vain and they too will sooner or later see the sun of freedom. Abdul

eem Khan said that we must renew our commitment to the security and prosperity of the country and pledge to work day and night for its development and strengthening.

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