No ceremonies on Quaid’s birthday as schools closed
No ceremonies this year on Quaid’s birthday as schools closed due to tragic incident at the Army Public School Peshawar.
After the reopening of the Schools a function would be planned in this celebrations.
ISLAMABAD: The celebrations of Quaid-i-Adam Mohammad Ali Jinnah birthday, attached with Christmas, always arrange for a delighted public holiday to the nation peolpe, especially students.
Nevertheless, because of the sad happening at the Army Public School Peshawar on December 16, the nation-state is quiet in shock. Be afraid of more bomber attacks, the government shut all enlightening institutions all over the country for around twice weeks.
As a result, schoolchildren of the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi also could not have a good time in the Quaid’s birthday in their institutes.
However the government colleges and schools in Rawalpindi generally observed winter holidays through the last week of December, universities and most of the private schools held functions either earlier or later December 25 in joining with the Quaid’s birthday.
It has been every year schedule for most of our schools to start up functions from December 20 to December 26 to pay respect to the Quaid but this time all our institutes were closed about a week ago.
Keeping our culture alive, today we arranged a function in our school, which was appeared only by teachers. We missed our schoolchildren on the event.
This year, we were not capable to tell our schoolchildren about the life of the forefather of the state and his dream. This is unlucky added that after the reopening of the institutes a function would be planned in this celebrations.
The vice chancellor of Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) Prof. Dr. Samina Amin said an occasion was attacked to be held at the university on December 28 to celebrate the Jinnah’s birthday and the yearly day of the FJWU. Though, due to the close of the university, both the events have been delay. “I am making unhappy over the complete security issues in the country but we have to stand united against radicalism.