Pakistan Day was celebrated at Lawrence College with the usual fervour and renewed spirit in order to pay homage to the great leaders and their continuous struggle in achieving our beloved homeland. The function was held in Hamid Hall. Brig Mujahid Alam (Retd), Principal Lawrence College, graced the occasion as the chief guest. The function was conducted by the Deputy Head Boy, Muhammad Shaheer. The proceedings started with recitation from the Holy Quran by Hafiz Hashim and translation by M. Muzammil from Class VIII. Arij Ahmed of Class O-I and Atif Zardari of Class O-ll expressed their views about the importance of the day. To express the emotion of love for their motherland, beautiful national song was sung by Waqar Ali of Class IX and Jawad Akbar of Class VIII.
After this, a documentary was presented by Mr. Ahmed Yar on Pakistan Movement. This was followed by an energetic speech by HoD Pakistan Studies, Mr. Basharat Hussain. He talked about the determination of Muslim leaders who fought day and night for gaining a separate homeland for the Muslims of the Subcontinent. He briefly talked about the bravery of the Muslim leaders, and among them, a prominent name was Quaid-e-Azam. He also tried to give solutions to the current political problems in Pakistan.
Junior and Prep schools also held separate functions related to the day in their respective schools in order to ensure maximum participation of students from the three schools.