NEW DELHI — Speeches made by Pakistan founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah during 1914 and 1947 will now be uploaded on UN Website for the benefit of international audience, according to The Express Tribune of Pakistan.
The agreement had been signed between the Pakistan Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, National Historical Heritage and the United Nations Educational and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).
A comprehensive strategy has been devised to upload all the speeches Jinnah made from 1914 to 1947 on to the ‘Memory of the World’ archive of UNESCO.
The information ministry had requested UNESCO to include speeches of Jinnah on the website and the Memory of the World — which is part of UNESCO’s Heritage Programme.
UNESCO accepted and told the ministry to provide the speeches in a digital format, says the report.