Lok Virsa schedules special programmes for Quaid Day
Islamabad :The National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) has scheduled special programmes on December 25 to mark 144th birth anniversary of Founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
The celebrations would be aimed at educating the youth about the Quaid’s vision and Pakistan’s ideology. Special events will be arranged on the day to highlight and promote ideals and views of the father of the nation, particularly with regards to rule of law, supremacy of constitution and upholding of democracy.
Special programs will include Launching of ‘Quaid’s Vintage Car’ in Pakistan Monument Museum and Quaid’s birthday cake cutting ceremony by Federal Minister for National History and Literary Heritage Shafqat Mahmood on 25th December at 3 p.m. followed by Photographic Exhibition on Quaid, Exhibition of Books in collaboration with National Library of Pakistan, display of national songs on large screen multimedia projector in Museum Hall, Screening of documentaries on Quaid’s life in Pakistan Monument and Heritage Museum, performance by folk singers who sing patriotic songs and a group of traditional drummers would also mesmerize audience.
Large number of people from different walks of life would be expected to participate in Quaid’s day celebration at Lok Virsa and Pakistan Monument Museum.