Rangers’ chief asks students to help achieve durable peace

Karachi:May 5:Major General Mohammad Saeed, head of the paramilitary force in Sindh, has said the Rangers has restored peace in Karachi, but the citizens, educational institutions, civil society and communities have to fulfil their responsibilities also for a durable peace in the city by showing a sense of belonging.
He was addressing the students and faculty of the Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) at the Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto Auditorium of the institution on Thursday.

The director general of the Sindh Rangers, which has been conducting a targeted operation against heinous crimes in Karachi since September 2013, asked the students to launch a social movement for the creation of a peaceful environment in the metropolis “That will be a great favour to the city and it will also make a difference in the country. No one other than you can bring change to the city; the youth have to take the lead in this respect.”

After the creation of Pakistan on August 14, 1947, the Father of the Nation, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, used to work for about 20 hours a day because he was a committed person. Our most beloved leader used to work in the most efficient manner, he added.

The Rangers chief mentioned that the “Sindh Madressatul Islam gave us the founder of the country, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah”, and for that the entire nation, including the Pakistan Rangers, was thankful to that institution.

He mentioned that Hassanally Effendi had established the institution for the people of Sindh with a commitment. “Therefore, we must thank this great person.”

Major General Saeed further statged that at that time there were no communication facilities available in Karachi and Hassanally Effendi lacked financial sources also, but he established Sindh Madaressah within three years.

Similarly, he said, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan had earlier established Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College despite facing lots of difficulties, and his Aligarh Movement played a significant role in educating Muslims.

“Universities and educational institutions are powerhouses that can bring about positive change in the society and in the country. Therefore, students have to play their role in spreading consciousness among their parents, relatives and friends about a peaceful culture in the society.”

Major General Saeed said the students also must say no to violent elements which had destroyed at least two generations of the city in the last 40 years.The news.