PDM celebrated solidarity with India instead of Kashmiris

Amraiz Khan

Special Assistant to Chief Minister on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that PDM didn’t celebrate the day of solidarity with Kashmiris but with India and Modi in Muzaffarabad on February 5th and sprinkled salt on the wounds of oppressed Muslims of occupied Kashmir.

She said that the father and uncle of the fake princess built a palace in London after looting millions of pounds from relief money for the earthquake victims, adding that Talking to the media representatives in Sialkot, Dr Firdous said that the fake princess warmly welcomed Modi in her daughter’s wedding and did not condemn Modi’s oppression and barbarism on Kashmiris. People are well aware that who traded the blood of Kashmiri freedom fighters for Modi’s gifts, she said.

She said that PDM was not for the Pakistani and Kashmiri people in Muzaffarabad but Modi and the BJP.

Dr Firdous said that the fake princess and her bondmaids by attacking Pakistani institutions proved they were Modi’s friend. She said that Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman being the chairman of the Kashmir committee never asked to invade Kashmir but ready to march towards Islamabad. She said the government does not want the Senate election to be turned into a goat market and the Prime Minister wants to make the election transparent but opposition is concerned with its interest rather than the national interest.

Earlier, the Special Assistant while addressing the inauguration ceremony of school admissions said that the program for implementation of a uniformed national curriculum has been approved. She said that up-gradation of 1227 schools across the province, construction of more than 2000 new classrooms, the establishment of 110 model schools, the launch of “Afternoon Shift” in schools, implementation of New Education Policy, and last but not the least transfers of 40,000 teachers without bribe and corruption are proud achievements of the present government.

Dr Firdous said that the foundation stone of the University of Chakwal and University of Hafizabad has been laid and Punjab House Murree has been converted into Kohsar University Murree. She said the foundation stone of the University of Applied Engineering and Technology in Sialkot at the cost of Rs14 billion has been laid along with the Center of Excellence in Chakwal.

She said that 10 new universities including 3 technical universities were set up and BS classes were started in 50 colleges.

The former governments did not pay attention to education but education is the top priority of the incumbent government and teachers pay attention to students’ education as well as their training, concluded the SACM.