Youth Urged To Strive For Self-reliance

Youth urged to strive for self-reliance

Munib Iqbal, the grandson of Poet of The East Allama Iqbal Tuesday urged the youth to strive for self-reliance within their own resources and adopt austerity measures envisioned by his grandfather

SIALKOT, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 16th Apr, 2019 ) :Munib Iqbal, the grandson of Poet of The East Allama Iqbal Tuesday urged the youth to strive for self-reliance within their own resources and adopt austerity measures envisioned by his grandfather.

Addressing the participants of a largely attended seminar on "Allama Iqbal Aur Taair-e-Lahooti" held at the auditorium of University of Sialkot, he said that Allama Muhammad Iqbal was a visionary poet who conceived the idea of separate homeland for the Muslims of Sub-continent that was ultimately materialized in the shape of Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Munib Iqbal said the teachings of Allama Iqbal were like a beacon of light to maintain tolerance, peace and stability in the society.

University of Sialkot CEO Rehan Younas paid homage to the great poet, philosopher Allama Iqbal. He said that there was a great imagination of implementation, ethics and spiritualism in Iqbal's poetry, saying that Allama Iqbal had ever wanted to see the human's development through the way of selfness (Khudi).

He stressed the need for bringing positiveness in our thoughts besides bringing betterment in our directions to be flourished in every segment of life.

He said that Iqbal's poetry was an evergreen formula of personality development and building of capacity for everyone.

UoS Vice Chancellor Dr. Ejaz Qureshi said that Allama Iqbal had dedicated his life for Ishq-e-Rasool (PBUH), showing the true path to everyone especially the Muslim Ummah asking them to be united for the glory of islam.

Kaleem Raza (Director Students Affairs) said Iqbal's poetry reflects his love, passion, affection and dedication of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), as being a great Aashiq-e-Rasool (PBUH).

Deans, HoDs, journalists and a large number of students attended the seminar.

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