KP Assembly adopts five resolutions
PESHAWAR: The session of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly with Speaker Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani Tuesday adopted five resolutions relating to teachings of Holy Quran with translation at University level, restoration of mobile and internet services in tribal areas, compensation of losses due to rain in Mansehra, inclusion of Gojri language in curricula and breast cancer.
First resolution that was tabled by legislator of Muttahidda Majlis-e-Amal, Inayat Ullah said that the Holy Quran should be taught with translation in universities enabling people to understand its true meaning and objectives.
Provincial law minister, Sultan Muhammad supported the resolution and said that understanding of the Holy Quran would revolutionize and change our lives.
The second resolution was moved by Mir Kalam of North Waziristan, who said tribal areas were without mobile and internet services that had added miseries to the students who were unable to attend online classes due unavailability of these faculties. The resolution demanded of provincial and federal government to restore these faculties in tribal areas.
Babar Saleem of PTI presented third resolution that demanded of government to compensate farmers whose crops were damaged by recent rain and hailstorm in Mansehra.
Woman MPA of PTI, Ayesha Bano moved the fourth resolution that recommended formation of a committee to inform the house about steps being taken to control breast cancer and treatment faculties to women suffering from the ailment.
Parliamentary leader of PMLN, Sardar Yousaf tabled the fifth resolution that demanded inclusion of Gojri and Sheena languages in curricula of schools like Pashtu and Hindko. - APP