Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust

Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Urdu: نظریہِ پاکستان ٹرسٹ was established in July 1992 by former Chief Minister of Punjab Ghulam Haider Wyne (Late). Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust is a non-parochial national academic cum research institution for promoting the Ideology of Pakistan as declared by Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Mohammad Iqbal. To perform this role the trust aims at those objectives for which Pakistan was established, recalling sacrifices rendered to achieve it, and creating awareness among people, particularly youth, about its ideological basis and its Islamic cultural heritage.[1][2]

Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT)
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Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Logo
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AbbreviationNPT
Predecessornone
Successorn/a
Formation15 July 1992; 29 years ago (1992-07-15)
Dissolvedn/a
TypeNGO
Legal statusAssociation
PurposeAcademic-research institution for promoting the Ideology of Pakistan
HeadquartersLahore, Pakistan
Location
Region served
Pakistan
Membership
From common public
Official language
Urdu, English
Chairman of the Board
Majid Nizami
Staff
115
Websitenazariapak.info
RemarksNon-parochial institution

Majid Nizami is chairman of this trust along with Begum Majeeda Wyne as Senior Vice Chairperson and former president of Pakistan Muhammad Rafiq Tarar as Vice-Chairman.[3]

Trust activitiesEdit

The trust has multi-faceted objectives, such as preservation of the spirit and memory of the Pakistan Movement and propagation and projection of the Ideology of Pakistan; to work on national unity and to promote the ideology of Pakistan.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Rich tributes paid to Wyne Dawn (newspaper), Published 1 October 2006, Retrieved 19 September 2021
  2. ^ "Interfaith harmony: President urges clerics to promote sectarian tolerance". The Express Tribune (newspaper). Associated Press of Pakistan. 9 December 2013. Retrieved 19 September 2021.
  3. ^ Tribute paid to Sattar Niazi The Nation (newspaper), Published 3 May 2017, Retrieved 19 September 2021

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