Education City to be established in KPK for children: Asad

LONDON: Speaker Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly Asad Qaiser has said Federal Government has failed in holding dialogue with Taliban and anti-national and anti-social elements have won.

Asad Qaiser is on an official visit of Britain along with Education Minster of KPK Muhammad Atif Khan and Agriculture Minister Shahram Khan. Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashood and Sindh Education Minister Nisar Khurro are also in Britain to attend the Education Conference.

They have presented their recommendations for improvement in Education in their respective provinces in World Education Forum, and on these recommendations will consider these recommendations while announcing education aid for Pakistan.

In is Exclusive talk with Kashmir Link London, Asad Qaiser said all political parties gave Government mandate to hold dialogue with Taliban but it failed.

If tribal people were involved the war against terrorism would have been won, he said, adding it is unfortunate the Federal Government is not aware of any operation in province and they have never informed Chief Minister KPK and PTI Chairman Imran Khan, he said.

He said an Education City will be built in KP in which modern education will be given to children. “I am raising the matter with British universities”, he added.

The delegation of KP leaders was welcomed by leaders of Pakistan Tehreek Insaf Britain Akram Dhareja, Fazal Rabbi Khan, and Nasrullah Khan.

Speaker KPK will stay for some days in Britain where some events have been arranged by the party workers.

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