Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan on Monday has said that there is no bigger curse for a country then giving the power to a corrupt leader.
Addressing the ceremony after inaugurating academic blocks of Al-Qadir University in Jhelum, the premier said that a convicted person was invited at a ceremony as chief guest. The society which doesn’t condemn corruption faces devastation, he added.
PM Imran said that no country can be progressed without morality.
He said the universities have a role to play for character building of students in the light of Seera-e-Tayyeba. Unless we practice Seerat-un-Nabi Sallallaho Alaihe Wa Alayhee Wassalam, we cannot attain the status dreamt by Allama Muhammad Iqbal, he stated.
The premier said we have to act on the rules set by Riyasat-e-Madina for the development of the country, adding that nations who follow these rules will never face any challenge.
It is to be mentioned here that the university, in these blocks, will provide world level education facilities for boys and girls in Islamic teachings, mysticism and modern scientific research.
The educational programme of Al-Qadir University will also focus on building leadership qualities in the students as well as their character in the light of Seerat-e-Tayyeba.
The existing capacity of the academic blocks is five hundred students, which will be enhanced in phases.