LAHORE, Dec 24 (NNI): Pakistan Muslim League (PML) President and former Prime Minister Ch Shujat Hussain, senior central leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvez Elahi and Moonis Elahi have said that every Pakistani is duty bound to turn into reality dream of the Founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah visualized on creation of Pakistan about making this land as haven of peace and prosperity and realization of this dream of the Quaid-i-Azam still remains a debt on all of us.
They said further that the Christians and other minorities are our brothers who have been provided complete protection and rights in the Constitution, PML in accordance with Islamic teachings and sayings of the Quaid-i-Azam will continue fully defending their rights and stand with them in their moments of happiness and sorrow like in the past.
In their messages of felicitations on the Quaid-i-Azam Day and Christmas, they said to protect Pakistan, created under inspiring leadership of the Quaid-i-Azam with great sacrifices offered by mothers, sisters, daughters youth and the elders, from all threats facing it is the first and foremost duty of every Pakistani and we will have to demonstrate even today the spirit of the Pakistan Movement because if this country lives on then we all Pakistanis do because this is the guarantor of protection, honour and prestige of all of us, we will have to differentiate between the friends and enemies of Pakistan.
Paying great tributes to the Armed Forces of Pakistan for great sacrifices offered by them for safeguarding security and solidarity of Pakistan, they said that all Pakistanis including Christians and other minorities as well will have to struggle shoulder to shoulder with each other for progress, prosperity and prestige of Pakistan.
They expressed the hope that Christian brothers, whose well-being and welfare by taking special measures is part of the PML manifesto, will offer special prayers for security and stability of Pakistan on the
happy occasion of Christmas. NNI
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