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Talent award moot held in Landi Kotal

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KHYBER
Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Noorul Haq Qadri has said that knowledge is the lost treasure of the Muslim and wherever and whenever an opportunity is available he or she should learn. The incumbent government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf(PTI)is striving hard to impose uniform system of education in the country.
He expressed his views while addressing to Seerat-Un-Nabi talent test awarding ceremony held here in Landi Kotal jirga hall on Saturday.
Assistant Commissioner Landi Kotal Muhammad Imran, Deputy Superintendent Police Swalzer Khan Afridi,PTI local leaders, elders and large number of teachers and students participated in the simple but impressive gathering.
Noorul Haq Qadri said that education was key to solution of every problem and parents had to motivate their children towards getting education.
He urged the participants to seek knowledge pertaining Sunnah and Hadith(Sayings)of the Holy Prophet as it would not only benefitted them in hereafter but also useful in that world.
“It is need of time to fill rift between Mullah and Mr. and therefore the present government has plan on card to implement uniform education policy in schools and religious seminaries throughout the country with slogan of one nation, one education”,Qadri remarked.
The federal minister maintained that PTI led government intended to equip residents of remote areas with education and therefore all missing facilities were provided to the established educational institutions in far flung areas.
He assured that at the end of five years of PTI government tenure, positive change would be noticed in the merged tribal districts.
Representative of Pakistan Education Foundation (PEF) College University announced 25 scholarships for the talented students of Khyber districts.
Prior to it, Dr.Nahidullah Shinwari welcomed the guests and apprised them of the purpose of the talent test.
At the end the chief guest granted laptops, digital Qurans, tabloids and other prizes to the 30 shining students of the test.
Earlier, 882 students of 28 high schools from across the Khyber district took part in the Seerat-Un-Nabi and science subjects’ talent test under the banner of Teacher association, Landi Kotal and best 30 students were qualified for prize after written and oral test.



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