LAHORE: 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 stability of national solidarity and safeguarding national security was the most important demand of the time and responsibility of every Pakistani, fulfillment of which we have to heartily practice the sayings of Founder of Pakistan i.e. unity, faith and discipline, in this regard the youth can play important and effective role by become active.
Three PML leaders in their special messages on the auspicious occasion of Pakistan Day said that Pakistan Day was a matter of great pride for every Pakistani and Muslim Leaguer, on this day Muslims of the sub-continent had pledged to secure a separate homeland for themselves under the leadership of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and has established Islamic Republic of Pakistan on the basis of two nations theory just in seven years, we should reiterate our commitment to safeguard ideological basis of Pakistan, defend its security and work for its progress and prosperity and pledge to brush aside all our political, personal and sectarian differences to bring all our energies into full play for making Pakistan economically and defence-wise very strong and turn it into an Islamic welfare state, overcome all internal and external threats and challenges through national unity, shoulder our responsibilities very honestly with best capabilities, eliminate poverty, backwardness, illiteracy and unemployment.
The PML leaders said further that PML workers in particular the youth should play the role of vanguard in this struggle because as the party which created Pakistanand is inheritor party of the Founder of Pakistan, most responsibility rested on Pakistan Muslim League (PML). They said that it was the duty of every Pakistani to give preference to the interest of the nation and the country over personal and political interest and work with same commitment and spirit which our elders had displayed during the Pakistan Movement.