Pak not isolated; Armed forces have broken nexus of terrorism: Rajwana

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Dutiful teachers an asset, builders of nation:

Sambrial—Punjab Governor Malik Muhammad Rafiq Rajwana has said that Pakistan was not isolated in the world, saying that the World is highly hailing the Pakistan’s sacrifices and frontline pivotal role for the establishment of durable global peace. Pakistan’s armed forces have successfully broken the back and nexus of the militancy, insurgency and terrorism as well.
He stated this while addressing the participants as a chief guest of annual prize distribution ceremony of Cadet College Sialkot held at Kotli Noonaan-Sambrial today. MNA Dr. Shakeela Luqman, Dr. Khalid Luqman, College Principal Col (Rtd) Sultan Sikandar, Chairman Sialkot International Airport Limited (SIAL) Malik Muhammad Arshad , senior journalists, lawyers and notables were also present on this occasion.
Governor stressed the need of promotion of knowledge-based education and personality building of the students as well.
On this occasion, the Punjab Governor highly hailed the role of the teachers, saying that the good and dutiful teachers had ever been a precious asset of the whole society, as the teachers are also the masons of the educated nation. He said that there could never be an alternative of any teacher in the world.
Punjab Governor Malik Muhammad Rafiq Rajwana revealed that the government was striving to curb the menace of the darkness of the ignorance through spreading the light of the knowledge and education as per the vision of the government by promoting the public-private partnership in education sector.
He also urged the teachers and parents to also focus on the character building of the students and stressed upon the need of bringing change in our social attitude towards the promotion of quality education for all, besides, removing all the hurdles from the way of this noble cause, saying that the students were the future of the country and all of us should secure their educational future by ensuring their easy access to quality education in the society.
He also stressed collective efforts for promotion of education to enhance the literacy rate. He said there was an immediate need to root out illiteracy at grass roots level to bring about radical changes in every sphere of life. He called for changing the education system and removing disparities to ensure even opportunities to all in the country.
On this occasion, the cadets paid rich tributes to the victims of APS Peshawar by performing a tableau there. Earlier, the Governor distributed medals and prizes among the brilliant male and female cadets for their outstanding performance.—INP