Pakistan to soon emerge as healthy, educated country on world map: Marriyum


Staff Reporter

Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Tuesday said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is habitual of levelling false accusations on others, and wants to create conflict between institutions.
The minister addressed the inaugural ceremony of 2017 Education Expo in Pak-China Friendship Centre, and responded to PTI leaders’ tweets regarding Tariq Fatemi.
Marriyum Aurangzeb said the tweets of Shireen Mazari and Naeem-ul-Haque very shameful, and advised the opponents not to give statements on wrong information.
She said PTI makes allegations without any research.
Earlier, speaking at the Expo, she said the government is investing in human resource development as it is vital for the success of mega projects such as CPEC.
She said under the umbrella of PM Youth program, several projects have been started for the education, skill enhancement and professional development of the youth.
She said quality education is the main component of PM education reforms programme in which main emphasis has been given to the training of the teachers.
She said that supplementary grant of three billion rupees have been released in order to equip all the public sector schools in Islamabad with modern facilities. Under the reforms programme, Montessori classes have been introduced and buses has been provided to the educational institutions.

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