Iqbal Day holiday?

Iqbal Day holiday?

Iqbal Day holiday?

November 9 also passed, the nation insisted on a holiday, but it lasted. With the blessings of social media, the entire nation also saw the summary that was presented in the service of the Home Minister. The nation also read the poem, which was written in response to the summary. Ahsan Iqbal has written with his handiwork. He is a highly educated, patriotic and pious person. Being a resident of Narwal, he will certainly be an Iqbalist. 

He has silenced many supporters of the holiday by writing Iqbal’s poem in a very appropriate manner. The only thing left is that he made “Faragh” into “Faraq”. “Only slaves have the opportunity. There is no separation for the free slave. ” Although the issue of ending the holiday cannot be attributed to Ahsan Iqbal alone as this work has started since last year, last year also the nation remained in a state of turmoil, many people took leave in schools and institutions and many Schools opened. This time too, everyone was asking each other. Finally, the Interior Minister resorted to Iqbal’s poem and ended the conversation.

By ending the Iqbal Day holiday, the government has not done much. Ending a holiday in memory of one of our national heroes by saying what holidays do slaves do, where is the opportunity for free people to work? There are also heroes who introduced the concept of Pakistan, which was later painted by Quaid-e-Azam and the entire nation. If the free nation does not have time, then the government should express its remorse on this day holiday of the last 68 years, they should apologize to the nation for wasting the precious 68 days of the nation in the form of holiday. If we had worked for so many days, where would we have reached?

This decree of Quaid-e-Azam will surely be considered by Ahsan Iqbal Sahib and his government in which he gave the formula of “work, work and work” to the nation. It is written in textbooks, in our government offices and in important places, people read it and remember the leader. Surprise For the last 70 years, we have been wasting the nation’s time on this entity’s birthday. This is a clear disobedience of the Quaid’s edict, the founders of Pakistan are just ordering work and we sit hand in hand and sit at home. I hope Ahsan Iqbal will pay attention.

As far as opening of schools etc. on the occasion of Iqbal Day is concerned, I think that the holiday gives a more impression of any event, if it is brought to normal days then the attention is not drawn to the day Is entitled Take November 9, everyone knows that it is Iqbal Day, a few years later it will be a normal day.

It is also interesting to note that it is at the discretion of the Deputy Commissioner Bahadur in each district that he may take one or two local holidays in a year. The Deputy Commissioner of each district is well aware of his authority and discretion. He leaves the district at will and establishes his writ. There is also a holiday of such fairs in which not even one per cent of the population from the cities goes there. But it continues. Will the Home Minister use his powers to issue an order banning local holidays? Poems written in summary I mention free and slave, sir! This nation is a slave even though it is very free. The laws here are from the British era, isn’t the style of bureaucracy ruling from every tehsil to the province and the federation and the reality of the people is slavery? 

Is there a chance for a common man to take a deep breath in front of an administrative government official? Isn’t borrowing from foreign countries at the federal level a shackle of slavery, which makes the rulers indulge in luxuries and humiliate the people? Don’t even our elected rulers treat the people like slaves? Aren’t people blocked like slaves in protocol? This nation is a slave even though it is very free. The laws here are from the British era, isn’t the style of bureaucracy ruling from every tehsil to the province and the federation and the reality of the people is slavery? Is there a chance for a common man to take a deep breath in front of an administrative government official? Isn’t borrowing from foreign countries at the federal level a shackle of slavery, which makes the rulers indulge in luxuries and humiliate the people? 

Don’t even our elected rulers treat the people like slaves? Aren’t people blocked like slaves in protocol? This nation is a slave even though it is very free. The laws here are from the British era, isn’t the style of bureaucracy ruling from every tehsil to the province and the federation and the reality of the people is slavery? Is there a chance for a common man to take a deep breath in front of an administrative government official? Isn’t borrowing from foreign countries at the federal level a shackle of slavery, which makes the rulers indulge in luxuries and humiliate the people? Don’t even our elected rulers treat the people like slaves? Aren’t people blocked like slaves in protocol?

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