PM Khan To visit China Next Week To Renew Static CPEC Projects

He stated that on his visit to China, he’ll meet with the leaders to strengthen the bond between the two countries.

Prime Minister Imran Khan has decided to pay an official visit to China on 7th and 8th October, with the aim of renewing all stopped projects of CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor).

“Removal of all bottlenecks in CPEC projects and their timely completion is the top priority of the government,” – the prime minister told while in a meeting on the project on Wednesday.

He stated that on his visit to China, he’ll meet with the leaders to strengthen the bond between the two countries.

Many CPEC projects have been hindered due to many reasons, including the financial crisis being faced by the government and the ‘non-cooperation’ of the bureaucracy due to the fear of NAB.

Khusro Bakhtiar, Minister for Planning and Development, briefed about the meeting about CPEC projects and the growth made on it.

Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, Railway Minister, explain the meeting on ML-1 (Main Line-1) projects being implemented to lay a new railway track, from Karachi to Peshawar under CPEC’s umbrella.

Government aimed at introducing uniform syllabus:

While addressing a prize distribution ceremony for madrassa students, who had performed well in education boards and seminaries, the Prime Minister said that the government aims to introduce a uniform syllabus or curriculum throughout the country, which will be implemented from March of 2020. So, all graduates have equal opportunities in their practical life.

“The graduates of the new education system will have an understanding of religion, contemporary knowledge and science and technology.”

The government’s aim is to synchronize the education system to create social peace in Pakistan, further on he added that these reforms would help in uplifting the lower segment of the society and provide equal opportunities.

Prime Minister said that three education systems were in trend at the moment, this led to injustices to divisions.

“The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government had decided in its early days that the students of seminaries will be imparted contemporary modern education so that they too can get important positions in different professions,” – he added.

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