Continuing his visit to Pakistan, Mr Harold Macmillan, British Prime Minister, visited the grave of the late Mr M.
Continuing his visit to Pakistan, Mr Harold Macmillan, British Prime Minister, visited the grave of the late Mr M. A. Jinnah, founder father of Pakistan and the late Mr Liaquat Ali Khan, first Prime Minister of Pakistan assassinated in 1951.
Mr Macmillan was received at the graves by the Chief Commissioner of Karachi, Mr N. M. Khan, Inspector General of Police, Mr Khundkar, District Magistrate, Karachi, and United Kingdom High Commissioner in Pakistan, Mr Symon.
After laying wreaths on the mazars (graves) Mr Macmillan and his party left for an inspection of the Naval Dockyard. He was received there by the Commander-in-Chief of the Pakistan Navy H.M.S. Choudry.
The Pakistan navy provided a guard of honour which Mr Macmillan inspected. He then proceeded to turn on the water-cooks officially opening the Dry Dockyard well. The visit concluded with an inspection of various other dockyard establishments.