Quaid’s statue will be set up in London as a part of 14th August celebrations
Former member of UK parliament and Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar on January 4 announced that Quaid-e-Azam’s statue would be erected in London as a part of 75th Independence Day celebrations. Alongside the British House of Lords member Daniel Hannan, the Governor said that 2022 is significant for Pakistan.
However, Chaudhry Sarwar had also hinted at seeking formal approval from the House of Lords for inaugurating the statue of Muhammad Ali Jinnah on August 14. The Governor also said that the statues of all the important personalities, including Gandhi, had been erected in Britain and he said, “So we decided that Quaid’s statue will be erected at an important location in London.”
At the same time, the Governor claimed, “Daniel Hannad has assured that the House of Lords will soon give formal approval for the installation of the statue.” Chaudhry Sarwar also hoped to improve the ties between Pakistan and the UK.