Education Department of Punjab order to elliminate obscenity syllabus

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LAHORE: The Punjab learning Department has handed out instructions to confiscate the research publication of class six of Lahore Grammar School (LGS) which the department states has obscene material which is provocative for youth.

A exceptional departmental managing group, formed on the instructions of head Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, has also submitted the report founded on its recommendations after a comprehensive review of contentious matters in the syllabus of the LGS.
These matters include the exclusion of the compulsory subject Islamic studies from the curriculum of class six of LGS and its replacement with the subject of religious studies which the department said “is tantamount to deceive and bewilder the juvenile lifetime with complexity of topics like relative study of religions at such a lower level”.
Punjab learning Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan said that the significance of personal part in promotion of learning is rather apparent but no one can permit them to misuse this position. He clarified that accusations had been obtained from diverse parts of humanity that LGS was indulged in teaching obscene material challenging for the youth.
“The CM took observe of this matter while he was on an authorized visit to Turkey and constituted a managing group which has now completed its outcome in this matter. LGS management said that they have expunged the objectionable material from their books but the said sections are still included in the publications accessible in the markets and Urdu Bazaar,” he supplemented.
He farther supplemented, “Any farther activity would be taken after the directions by the Chief Minister.”
The Punjab government had to take activity as the obscene material is accessible in the market, he said.
“Article 25 of the Constitution of Pakistan is quite clear about the provision that no Pakistani citizen should be educated a religion other than his own religion”, the minister supplemented.
He furthermore said that provocation of youth via obscene material “was furthermore cognizable under Pakistan Penal cipher part 293 and part 298.”
Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan repeated that the Punjab government will not allow anyone to make the youth hostage to a foreign mindset by teaching them material which is against communal norms, values and religious convictions.
He furthermore announced the constitution of a exceptional committee under the convener-ship of Secretary Schools learning Punjab Abdul Jabbar Shaheen, which will reconsider the syllabi of all the private part informative organisations in Punjab.
He asked to the media to recognise objectionable material included in the syllabus of any school. The government will take punctual activity against the perpetuators.

In Winter No Gas For Punjab Industries

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ISLAMABAD: The government is expected to halt gas supply to CNG positions, industries and fertiliser and captive power plants (CPP) in Punjab for more than two months in the winter and furthermore decrease the supply to these parts in Sindh.

A suggestion for gas load administration was finished here on Wednesday at a gathering presided over by the government Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. prescribed acceptance of the modified design will be granted by the financial Coordination managing group (ECC) of the cabinet at its next gathering.

This would be the first time that a entire gas shutdown would be directed to the industrial, fertiliser and CPP parts regardless of their nine-month provide agreement.

An authorized told the trancenews that burden administration would tentatively stay productive from Dec 15 to Feb 28, counting on position of gas provide on the cornerstone of the severity of winter.

The meeting was acquainted with that the Sui to the north Gas Pipelines (SNGPL) expected a shortage of one.4 billion blocky feet per day, whereas the Sui Southern public utility would face regarding four hundred million blocky feet shortage from Dec to Gregorian calendar month…

70,000 and More Armed Force will deployed during the Election 2013

Rawalpindi: Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa the director General of Inter services Public Relation (ISPR) said that we will deployed round about 70,000 Armed force in all provinces of Pakistan during the general elections.

By interviewing a press conference Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa announced that we will deployed round about 70,000 armed force in all provinces of Pakistan during general election 2013. The Armed forced should be deployed to protect the people during general elections 2013.

On Thursday 2nd May 2013 during a press conference the Director general of Inter Service Public Relation (ISPR) Asim Saleem Bajwa said that we will continue the Rangers operation in Karachi and during elections FC and Police will also deployed with armed forced in four provinces of Pakistan.

He also said that we want a secure elections and we will deploying the armed forced for this purpose and also provide the air cover by more than 50 helicopters across Pakistan…

The Director general of Inter Service Public Relation (ISPR) Asim Saleem Bajwa mentioned that we are facing a very critical situation now days and soon we will recover from it. I granted that general election 2013 will be secured.