A week-long exhibition “Hamara Quaid” showcasing rare photographs and portraits of founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Wednesday opened at Aiwan-i-Quaid as part of celebrations to educate the younger generation about the struggle and sacrifices of great leader for acquiring a separate homeland for Muslims.

Inaugurated by Marriyum Aurangzeb — the Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting, and National Heritage — and arranged by Directorate of Electronic Media and Publications in collaboration with Nazriya Pakistan Council (NPC), the exhibition displayed over 300 photographs, portraits, and paintings of Jinnah.

The images portrayed Quaid’s educational, social, and political life, as well as the struggle for the creation of Pakistan.