Army taking measures to improve education: Lt-Gen Aamir Riaz
Quetta—Balochistan government on Wednesday formed a six-member Joint Investigation Tribunal (JIT) to investigate the Quetta blast. The report regarding the incident shall be presented within 30 days after taking statements from the witnesses of the incident.
JIT was formed under the leadership of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Investigation Zahoor Afridi. According to the notification issued by the provincial government, the JIT shall have six members.
The report regarding the incident shall be presented within 30 days after statements of the witnesses get recorded and investigation of the incident gets carried out from various perspectives.
Meanwhile, Commander Southern Command Lt. General Aamir Riaz has said that the Pak Army is taking all possible measures for improving education standard in province. He said this during his visit to the Quetta Institute of Medical Sciences in Quetta Cantt. On this occasion, Commandant of the institute briefed him about various aspects of the institute.
He said that the QIMS is striving to improve the standard of medical education. He said that presently nearly five hundred students are under education at the institute. Speaking on the occasion, General Aamir said that Pak Army is extending every possible cooperation in overcoming backwardness in the field of education. On this occasion, he also issued orders for early establishment of a dental college at QIMS.
Earlier, he inspected various departments of QIMS and reviewed facilities being provided to the students for getting education. Principal Dr. Arbab Abdul Wadood, Brigadier IS Muhammad Ramzan, Commandant CMH, Brigadier Salman Ahmed, Commandant 21MDC Brigadier Nadeem Ahmed Rana and other faculty members were present on the occasion.—SABAH