India facilitator of terrorists in region: Sarwar

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Says Pakistan wants peaceful, strong relations with Afghanistan

Amraiz Khan

Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar has said that India has become a facilitator of enemies of peace in the entire region including Afghanistan.

“Pakistan wants peaceful and strong relations with Afghanistan and will play its full role for peace in the region.”

In a tweet on Pak-Afghan relations, Chaudhry Sarwar said that the sacrifices made by Pakistan for peace in the region are unprecedented and Pakistan still stands by peace but unfortunately India is supporting the peace haters & terrorists and it will not be possible to establish peace in the region until this anti-peace policy of India is ended.

The Punjab governor said that Pakistan wants to make it clear to its enemies that Pakistan has the best Army in the world and is capable of thwarting all the intentions of the enemy.

He said the accused in the kidnapping case of the Afghan ambassador’s daughter would be exposed and brought to book.

He said that the entire nation is with the Pakistan army in the war against terrorism. Government & Army of Pakistan has already thwarted the conspiracies of the enemies of peace and they will not be allowed to succeed in future.

Peace haters cannot digest peace & stability in Pakistan but by Grace of Allah Almighty Pakistan will successfully continue moving forward.

Meanwhile, talking to a delegation led by Qazi Anjum, chairman of Serving Schools Alliance Pakistan, President Mian Razaur Rehman and General Secretary Javed Noor, the governor applauded the role and performance of Serving Schools Alliance.

Talking to the delegation of Serving Schools Alliance, Governor Punjab said that the government is offering scholarships to students through Ehsas and other programs, federal and provincial governments’ steps to improve the education sector are unmatched.

In addition to ensuring transparency and merit in all areas of education, including universities, the government is taking real practical steps to improve the quality of education.

Meanwhile, Punjab Minister for HR&MA Ijaz Alam Augustine attended the ceremony of Gypsy Day 2021 at PILAC on Sunday.

The event was attended by Regional Director Human Rights Lubna Mansoor, DG PILAC Sughra Sadaf, representatives of the welfare Societies and other persons concerned.

Various stalls were set up by the children belonging to the deprived sections of the society especially the children living in slums and streets.

Masterpieces made by the Gypsy children were also put on display to promote Pakistani culture, the children living in slums also presented various sketches and songs.

Addressing the ceremony, Punjab Minister Ijaz Alam appreciated the efforts of the institutions concerned in organizing the unique event, saying that it was a commendable initiative to organize such a wonderful program for the deprived children in which they provided full opportunity to show their skills.

He said that the agenda of the PTI government was to promote culture of education and wanted to address the children who are out of school should be benefited from educational opportunities.

He stressed that civil society should perform his full role to support Government for the betterment and protection of the children. Provincial Minister also inspected all the stalls set up by children and appreciated the efforts.

Addressing the ceremony, Lubna Mansoor said that federal Government being working with Punjab to ensure protection of children’s rights while providing full opportunities to gypsy children such a commendable step.

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