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Rule of Law

17th August 2021.

Speakers at the University of Gujarat (UoG) webinar emphasized the importance of certifying the canon of law and the supremacy of the parliament that speaks of education and addendum at universities so that they can motivate and counsel youth about the prerequisites required for establishing harmony in a co-existing and secular state.

This subject is termed as ‘Istehkam-e-Pakistan aur Hamari Zimadariyan’. The webinar was organized by the Department of Political Science & International Relations at Hafiz Hayat Campus as part of the goings-on motif for the 75th Independence Day of Pakistan.

VC Professor Dr. Shabbar Atiq said that rate with which growth is attained only if a country is parsimoniously stable. He stressed the requisite for universities to play their vibrant character in concocting a staff of adolescence abundantly accomplished of creation a valuable contribution to the country’s growth and expansion.

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Prof. Dr. Shuja Ahmed Mahesar, Director Pakistan Study Centre, University of Sindh, Jamshoro, said that all citizens in Quaid’s Pakistan enjoyed equal rights irrespective of their philosophies and other miscellanies. He said that the cure for most of the tribulations dominant in our society is the execution of the rule of law.

Dr. Mahesar added that the country’s cognoscenti and legislators need to engross the youth, the largest in the world in terms of total populace quotient, for endorsing and beginning the injunction of law as well getting free of various social harms.

Prof. Dr. Mahboob Hussain, Chairman of History, University of the Punjab, Lahore, emphasized the ultimate character of parliament in the democratic system of ascendency. Prof. Dr. Musavir Hussain Bukhari, chairman sector of Political Science, Islamia University Bahawalpur, deliberated elaborately on the title role and errands of citizens and the fundamentals of a state.

Prof Bukhari said that it was elucidated soon after the impartiality that the rule of law and people’s illustration was the vital groundwork of Pakistan.

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