Lahore, March 23, 2019 (PPI-OT): Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar attended the Pakistan Day Parade at the Parade Ground in Islamabad. The chief minister talked to ministers, parliamentarians and foreign dignitaries, and shared Pakistan Day greetings with them. Later, the chief minister talked to a delegation of PTI workers at the Punjab House. He declared the exquisite Pakistan Day ceremony as the representation of national passions and said peace is drastically needed for development and progress, and that the defence of Pakistan is unconquerable for the solidarity of the country. The nation is proud of the sacrifices and capabilities of the Pakistan Army.
He said the parade of military contingents and the display of tanks and weapons left the audience awestruck, and all this is the message of peace for the whole nation. He said the parade on the Pakistan Day gives the message that the country has not ignored the defence of the country. The chief minister welcomed Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad, special guests from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Azerbaijan, China, Turkey, and other friendly countries. The chief minister said Mahathir Muhammad is an historic personality who has put a country on the path to development, progress and economic independence through his leadership qualities.
He said we renew our resolve on the Pakistan Day to work hard to make Pakistan a welfare state. Students should work tirelessly, government officers and officials should perform duties with honesty to serve the people, doctors should provide medical treatment keeping in view lofty humanity ethics, all we need to work with diligently for progress and development in the country. He said we should work by making philosophy of Quaid-e-Azamour guiding principle, we need to renew our resolve to make Pakistan a strong country because this destination can only be achieved with sincerity. The chief minister congratulated the workers on Pakistan Day.
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