Mir Salam Jogezai:

QUETTA: In a fervent commemoration of the 147th birth anniversary of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Balochistan, including Quetta, echoed with enthusiasm as the province united to honor the Father of the Nation. The main function in this regard was organized at the historic Quaid Residency in Ziarat, where Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki, as the Chief Guest, underscored the steadfast commitment to eliminate terrorism from the province.

Expressing resolve against the forces of terrorism, Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki asserted that the malicious intentions of terrorists would be crushed. He called on them to surrender and embrace a peaceful life under the umbrella of Pakistan, reiterating the collective determination to ensure the region’s prosperity and security.

Corps Commander Lt General Rahat Naseem Also Participated In The Function

Against the backdrop of the historic Quaid Residency, Chief Minister Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki unfurled the national flag, symbolizing the enduring spirit of unity and resilience against those seeking to disrupt the peace. The event drew notable figures such as Corps Commander 12 Corps Lt Gen Rahat Naseem Khan, IGFC North Chaudhry Amir Ajmal, caretaker provincial ministers, tribal elders of Balochistan, and a large number of people.

CM Lauds The Role Of Pak Army And FC

Addressing the gathering, Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki paid tribute to the visionary leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, emphasizing that the sacrifices made during the nation’s formation have bestowed upon us the cherished gift of Pakistan. The caretaker Chief Minister highlighted the rapid progress on pivotal projects, including the Pakistan-China Economic Corridor, in Balochistan, with the Pakistan Army and Frontier Corps actively contributing to security and public interest initiatives.

The commemorative event also featured captivating presentations by students from FC School Loralai and a local school in Ziarat, who showcased tableaus and performed patriotic songs, adding a touch of cultural richness to the celebration.

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