Muhammad Ali Jinnah: His Vision and Struggle

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In continuation of the tradition of holding debates on subjects of national importance through conferences, seminars, webinars, guest lectures, and publications by leading experts, the Centre for Aerospace & Security Studies (CASS), Islamabad organised a seminar on ‘Muhammad Ali Jinnah: His Vision And Struggle’ on 22 December 2022. The seminar was attended by people belonging to different backgrounds.

The key aspects which were covered during this seminar included the following:
• Jinnah’s Vision of Pakistan and its Future Trajectory
• Jinnah’s Struggle: Brief Account of his Political Journey and his Case for Pakistan
• Pakistan’s Current Challenges and Jinnah’s Relevance

The speakers at the seminar included Senator Javed Jabbar, Former Federal Minister for Information & Broadcasting, government of Pakistan; Prof. Dr Riaz Ahmad, President Anjuman Faiz-ul-Islam, Islamabad; and Prof. Dr Iqbal Chawla, Former Dean Faculty of Arts & Humanities, University of Punjab, Lahore. The Concluding Remarks were delivered by President CASS Air Marshal (Retd) Farhat Hussain Khan. Ms Shaza Arif, Research Assistant at CASS, organised and moderated the seminar.

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