PM Shahbaz calls on the country to commit support for achieving Iqbal’s Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has asked the country to commit to achieving the Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal-described Pakistan, which should be characterised by peace, political tolerance, and fraternity.
The prime minister stated in his message on Allama Iqbal’s birth anniversary, which is commemorated every year on November 9, that the great poet had a vision for Pakistan in which the youth should be capable of thinking critically and leading the nation to previously unimaginable heights.
The prime minister stated that respect for elders and a mature discussion of ideological disagreements without sacrificing sobriety should also be traits of Iqbal’s Pakistan.
He added that it ought to symbolise solid institutions, sensible citizens, and a debt-free, stable national economy.
The prime minister claimed that the nation as a whole was celebrating Allama Iqbal’s birth anniversary with great passion because the great poet had made Muslim youngsters aware of their elders’ sacrifices and their former greatness.
According to the prime minister, Iqbal compared the Muslim young to the Shaheen, a bird that stood out among other birds for its bravery, confidence, and humility. Iqbal also exhorted young people to draw inspiration from the magnificent heritage of Muslims and pursue novel directions in study and research.
According to Shahbaz Sharif, Iqbal’s self-esteem ideology offered a formula for success in this life and the next that is still having an impact not just in the subcontinent but also globally.
Unfortunately, the brilliant poet passed away before realising his dream.
The prime minister encouraged the country to hold itself accountable for whether or not they were able to preserve Iqbal’s Pakistan, which was created as a result of the heroic fight and sacrifices of hundreds of thousands of people.
Shahbaz Sharif encouraged the country to promise to realise Iqbal’s Pakistan and stated his faith in their ability to do so once the issue was settled.
But regrettably, the brilliant poet passed away before realising his ambition.
In order to preserve Iqbal’s Pakistan, which was created as a result of the heroic fight and sacrifices of hundreds of thousands of people, the premier asked the country to hold itself accountable.
Shahbaz Sharif asked the country to commit to achieving Iqbal’s Pakistan and expressed optimism that they could once the issue was handled.