Struggle for rule of law is going on in the country & we will win this
struggle: PM Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD, (MANEND NEWS): Prime Minister Imran Khan said that
the struggle for rule of law is going on in the country and we will win
this struggle.
Prime Minister Imran Khan launched Rehmatul-Lil Alameen scholarship
program for intermediate and undergraduate students in Islamabad on
Thursday.
Speaking on the occasion Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that
Pakistanis should understand one thing that when a nation become a
great nation it become through rule of law, adding that until and
unless rule of law is ensured the society could not progress. He said
that nation could not become a great nation until and unless it brigs
powerful under the law. He said that there is no rocket science
involved in this, adding that whatsoever a weak man commits theft he
could not purchase flat in London, adding that not only the theft of the
powerful is in billions but they have to bring the money abroad
otherwise it could not be hided in the country. He said that the
currency of the country is also affected through money laundering.
PM Imran Khan said that it is the report of the United Nations
Secretary General that $1,000 billion is brought to rich countries and
tax havens from poor countries and this deed is done by rich people
and not by the poor people. He said that until and unless the powerful
people are brought under the law, the country could not make
progress. He said that this was established in the State of Madina.
Prime Minister said the scholarship will be available to all the
Pakistanis including non-Muslims. The Prime Minister said the federal

government will annually provide five point five billion rupees for
seventy thousand scholarships.
He said under the scholarship program a total of three hundred and
fifty thousand scholarships will be provided in five years at a cost of
twenty eight billion rupees.
The Prime Minister said the provincial governments of Punjab and
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will also separately provide scholarship to the
students.
Imran Khan reaffirmed the commitment to build Pakistan as a great
nation on the State of Madina’s principles of rule of law and focus on
education.
He noted that no nation can make progress without education. He said
the present government is especially focusing on the education sector
with the aim that our youth learn from the Sunnah of Hazrat
Muhammad Sallallaho Alaihe Wa Salam Khatim-un-Nabiyeen.
The Prime Minister said under the umbrella of Ehsaas program, several
programs have been started for the relief of under privileged segments
of the society. He said the network of Koi Bhooka Na Soye will be
expanded to the entire country. He also commended the governments
of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for deciding to provide the
universal health coverage to the people.
The Prime Minister said the struggle launched for supremacy of law will
be won by us. He said no country can move forward without bringing
the powerful people under the ambit of law.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister for Federal Education, Professional
Training, National Heritage and Culture Shafqat Mahmood said
Rehmatul-Lil Alameen scholarship is a nationwide program and it will
be implemented in one hundred and twenty nine universities across
the country. He said fifty percent scholarships will be given to the
women whilst two percent to the disabled persons. He was confident
that this program will bring revolution in the education sector.
Speaking on the occasion via video link, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar
Usman Ahmed Khan Buzdar said a mechanism has been developed so
that the students can apply for the scholarship from their homes.

In his remarks, Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan
said they support the federal government’s initiatives aimed at
uplifting the education sector.

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