ISLAMABAD: The future of Pakistan is very bright but we should eliminate corruption and overcome our sense of inferiority complex. We have to restore our link with education. When we were associated with education, we remained at zenith of glory. The Inspector General, NH&MP, Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema expressed these views during his address to the students of the International Islamic University, Islamabad. The Vice President of the University, Dr. Muhammad Bashir Khan and SSP Hasan Asad Alvi were also present on the occasion. The Pakistanis should be proud of founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Iqbal. The IG said that Allama Iqbal had exhorted Muslims to excel in the education.
The toughest target can be achieved if the head of institution is upright and has firm determination. Zulfiqar Ahamd Cheema said the amount of resources that are bestowed by Allah to our country are enough to bring us at par within top ten nations of the world. He advised the students that the fortunes of the nation are hidden in libraries and laboratories. Backwardness and poverty cannot be our fate because our nation is destined for greater glory.
IG Zulfiqar Cheema said we will have to come out of sense of inferiority complex and should be proud of our traditions and culture. The Corruption is one of the top enemies of Pakistan and if it is contained, all departments will perform exceptionally. He also narrated many events in order to infuse patriotism among students. He asked the students to abide by the traffic rules, should fasten seat belts and don’t use mobile phone while driving. Later on gifts were distributed among students for giving correct answer during a Quiz on traffic rules. The Vice President Dr Muhammad Bashir Khan thanked Inspector General for delivering a thought provoking lecture on traffic rules and patriotism and presented him with souvenir on behalf of the faculty and students of International Islamic University, Islamabad.