Lahore: On the 137th birth anniversary of Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal the office-bearers and workers of the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust, Pakistan Movement Workers Trust, Bazm-i-Iqbal, Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Forum, UK., the All-Pakistan Workers Confederation, Khanwada-i-Hazrat Sultan Bahu and the Tehreek-i-Takmeel-i-Pakistan visited the shrine of Iqbal under the leadership of the former President of Pakistan and Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Chairman Muhammad Rafique Tarar along with the Pakistan Movement Workers. They laid wreaths of flowers on the shrine and offered Fatiha for the elevation of the soul of the deceased. The attendees included Vice Chairman Prof. Dr. Rafique Ahmad, Ex-Chief Minister Sindh Syed Ghous Ali Shah, Ch. Naeem Hussain Chattha, Chief Co-ordinator Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Mian Farooque Altaf, Waleed Iqbal Advocate, Rana Tajammul Hussain, Aziz Zaffar Azad, Manzoor Hussain Khan, Ch. Muhammad Sarwar, Maulana Shafi Josh, Dr. Agha Yaqoob, Dr. Iftikhar Hussain Bukhari, Maj. (r) Saddique Rehan, Mirza Muhammad Sadiq Jarral, Qari Ghulam Rasool, Eng. Malik Tufail, Tariq Ahsan Ghouri, M. Shafique Ghouri along with a large number of people from all walks of life. Allama Ahmad Ali Kasuri prayed for the deceased’s salvation and the progress and development of our country. Muhammad Rafique Tarar said that Iqbal’s ideas and thoughts caused a wave of awakening to run through the minds of the Muslims of the sub-continent. He gave the Muslims the idea of a separate state and persuaded the Quaid-i-Azam to return and lead the Muslims.