Independence Day: ‘Freedom unachievable without literacy’

By APP
Published: August 15, 2013
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Every citizen should play their role in the development of the country, says FJWU Vice Chancellor. PHOTO: AFP/ FILE

Every citizen should play their role in the development of the country, says FJWU Vice Chancellor. PHOTO: AFP/ FILE

RAWALPINDI: 

The real objectives of freedom cannot be achieved without eliminating illiteracy.

This was said by Rawalpindi Member National Assembly Malik Ibrar Ahmed during a seminar in connection with Independence Day held at Government Post Graduate College for Women, 6th Road on Wednesday.

Member Provincial Assembly Raja Hanif Advocate, Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) Vice Chancellor Dr Samina Qadir, Colleges Director Dr Abdul Qayyum Bhatti, and the principals and teachers of other colleges were also present.

Ibrar said, “We should revive our pledge on Independence Day to leave no stone unturned for the development of the country.”

FJWU Vice Chancellor Dr Samina Amin Qadir said every citizen should play their role in the development of the country. 

Published in The Express Tribune, August 15th, 2013.

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