ISLAMABAD : On the occasion of ‘Youm-e-Takreem Shuhada-e-Pakistan’, Professor Dr. Niaz Ahmed Akhtar, Vice-Chancellor of Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), has made a significant announcement regarding the provision of free education to the children of martyrs at QAU, according to a press release.
During his address, Vice-Chancellor Dr. Niaz Ahmed Akhtar highlighted the extraordinary sacrifices made by the martyrs in ensuring the safety and survival of Pakistan. He expressed deep gratitude and recognized that the debt owed to these heroes can never be fully repaid. The invaluable gift of freedom, which the nation cherishes each day, has been made possible by their selfless acts. The Pakistani nation will forever hold the memory of these martyrs in deep reverence, never forgetting their noble contributions.
Dr. Akhtar’s message paid homage to the brave martyrs who laid down their lives in defense of the beloved country. He praised these courageous individuals for making the ultimate sacrifice to protect Pakistan’s sovereignty and preserve its freedom. The Vice-Chancellor urged the nation to pledge and carry forward the noble legacy left behind by these brave young men. By collectively working towards a united, tolerant, and prosperous Pakistan, we can honor their memory and contribute to their vision for the nation’s future.
This initiative by Quaid-i-Azam University marks a step forward in recognizing and supporting the families of the martyrs. The provision of free education to their children not only acknowledges their sacrifice but also ensures that their offspring have access to quality education. This gesture aims to empower these young individuals, enabling them to contribute meaningfully to society and carry the legacy of their brave parents forward.
The announcement has garnered widespread appreciation, with many lauding the university’s commitment to honoring the sacrifices of the martyrs. It is hoped that this initiative will inspire other institutions and organizations to step forward and support the families of the nation’s heroes, fostering a spirit of unity and gratitude in Pakistan.