School teacher who coined name of Islamabad honoured
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Friday stated the services and products of Qazi Abdur Rehman Amritsari — a faculty teacher who coined the name of Pakistan’s new capital as Islamabad in 1959.
In popularity of his services and products and on suggestions of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), the premier awarded the allotment letter of a residential plot in Park Enclave to the heirs of overdue Amritsari.
The top minister has fulfilled the federal government’s promise of acknowledging the services and products of the college teacher, stated an reputable observation.
He maintained that the services and products of Amritsari for Pakistan may no longer be not noted. He stated the country paid tribute to the college teacher who gave an identification to the federal capital.
The top minister additionally directed the CDA government to finish all of the formalities and supply ownership of the plot to the heirs of the college teacher.