NEW YORK: A segment of a Brooklyn Avenue, a district of New York City has been named after the organizer of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the Pakistani-American Youth Organization (PAYO) said.
A goals was embraced on December 26 by the New York City Council, assigning a piece of the Coney Island Avenue where the Pakistani-American people group is focused as “Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah method”, President of PAYO Waqil Ahmad declared at a question and answer session.
The goals tabled by Jumaane Williams, a city gathering part from Brooklyn was embraced by a dominant part vote. “We are charmed over the gathering’s choice which has taken care of our long-standing demand,” he said. “It is a blessing to the Pakistani-American people group here and additionally to the general population of Pakistan.”
Wakil included PAYO individuals have worked for a considerable length of time for authority acknowledgment of the Pakistani people group despite the fact that the zone around Coney Island Avenue has been casually known as “Little Pakistan”.
“We are excited that our endeavors succeeded,” he stated, clarifying the mind boggling strategies and requests included and which the PAYO individuals finished.
An official function denoting the introduction of “Mohammad Ali Jinnah Way” is required to be held one month from now.