A child of school-going age selling polythene bags at the Hashtnagri Pattak. PHOTO: MUHAMMAD IQBAL/ THE EXPRESS TRIBUNE
A view of the business and everyday life along the Firdaus-Hashtnagri railway track in Peshawar.
May be our ruling elite can give up some of their unnecessary expenditure on luxury and defense and allocate higher budget to education so that these kids can go to school.
If only this nation did justice to every citizen it owned. Pakistan is increasingly bent on the sole benefit of Punjab, with all the systems promoting insustainable elitism.
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