Punjab Chief Minister visits residence of martyred Abdul Moeed for condolence
Lahore, January 05, 2018 (PPI-OT):Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif visited the Johar Town residence of 21-year old 2nd Lt. Abdul Moeed who embraced martyrdom in North Waziristan. He met with the parents and other siblings of the martyred Abdul Moeed and offered Fateha for the departed soul. The Chief Minister paid rich tributes to the sacrifice of Martyred Abdul Moeed for the country and said that he has set an example of bravery and courage by embracing martyrdom at the younger age.
The brave sons of the country sacrificing their lives for the motherland are our real heroes and the sons like Abdul Moeed are pride of the soil. He said that Abdul Moeed has been blessed with martyrdom and it is the part of our faith that martyrs live forever. The 22 crore people of Pakistan are proud of the great sacrifice of Martyred Abdul Moeed. He said that brave sons like him have written a new history of peace with their precious blood and their sacrifices will never be forgotten.
The nation whose sons are filled with the passion to sacrifice their lives cannot be defeated by any enemy. While talking to the parents and other family members of Martyred Abdul Moeed, the Chief Minister said that he has set a great example by laying down his life for the future of the country. I salute the courage of parents of the martyr and the whole nation sides with the family of Martyred Abdul Moeed. He also announced to attribute a project in Vehari to the name of Martyred 2nd Lt. Abdul Moeed.
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Directorate General Public Relations, Punjab (DGPR)
Government of the Punjab
21-Mahmood Gaznavi Road (Abbot Road), Lahore, Pakistan