Shehbaz Sharif tells his grandkids the story of 23rd March

He urges elders to take responsibility for transferring the legacy of Pakistan to the younger generation


News Desk March 23, 2017
PHOTO: via Twitter

As we witness the glory of Pakistan in the 23rd March celebrations across the country, many politicians and celebrities are sharing their messages for the country and citizens of Pakistan.

In a video uploaded by Punjab CM Shehbaz Sharif, he can be seen sitting with his two adorable granddaughters as he tells them the story of 23rd March and the Lahore Resolution.

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He urges the elders to take responsibility for transferring the legacy of Pakistan, and the roots of the country which were set on that fateful day in 1940, to the younger generation.

He begins the conversation by telling the girls that the military personnel will be putting on a great performance for the public and then tells them why we celebrate this day.

"On 23rd March 1940 at Minar-e-Pakistan, there passed a resolution for a separate state for Muslims which would be called Pakistan," he narrates.

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He moves on to describe the dream that Quaid-e-Azam saw, which included people living with dignity, the law being equal for all, and education and job opportunities for everyone.

"These things are why the movement for Pakistan began," says CM Sharif.

At the end of the video, he encourages his granddaughters and the audience to study hard and achieve their dreams while working towards a stronger and united Pakistan.

 

The video can be seen here:



 

COMMENTS (5)

Asad Malik | 4 years ago | Reply @Ch. Allah Daad: Hahaha, Nawaz Sharif's grandfather's (both paternal and maternal) used to "work" (and steal) from their employers. If you don't believe it, go to inner Lahore and ask the people who used to employ these wretches
salman | 4 years ago | Reply @Ch. Allah Daad: Yes 70 years, a benevolent dictator, a gracious king, a generous prince and a tax haven...and yet we still end up with the sharifs facing corruption and money laundering charges in the supreme court! Lol
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