Prime Minister Imran Khan will inaugurate Hyderabad’s first public university next month.
It was decided in a meeting that was held on Tuesday between Prime Minister Imran Khan and an envoy of Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan’s MNAs at the Prime Minister House.
It was discussed in a meeting that youth of Hyderabad does not have access to any public University in Hyderabad and they have to travel miles and mostly to Karachi in order to continue their education.
The two closest public sector universities for the people of Hyderabad—University of Sindh and Mehran University of Engineering and Technology—are located in Jamshoro, which clearly means that students have to travel around 20 kms everyday to be able to study in University.
Anti-graft watchdog body in his statement issued today said, the bureau has not yet received copies of the Supreme Court’s verdict pertaining to fake bank accounts case.
“The law will take its due course in the light of the Apex court orders,” the statement of NAB read.
“The NAB has also decided to seek transcription of the statements of a federal minister being run on the various sections of media,” the statement further added.
Federal Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry had demanded arrest of co-chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari, his sister Faryal Talpur and Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, according to JIT’s findings.
“Everything has been made crystal clear in the JIT report, probing into fake bank account cases,” he said and added the culprits should have been arrested by the NAB.
Problems that people of Hyderabad and Karachi face were discussed in the meeting. PM Khan assured that federal government will have to play its role in solving issues.