Kashmiri Students Will Get Free Education in Punjab, Mohsin Naqvi

Punjab Chief Minister

NewsToday: Mohsin Naqvi, the caretaker chief minister of Punjab, took a risk by waiving tuition fees for Kashmiri youngsters who attend school there. Around 200 pupils will benefit from this action, and as part of the endeavor, they will also get laptop computers. These students will receive driving licences from the traffic police, easing their travel and enabling them to complete their study. A delegation of Kashmiri students in Punjab who are talking with the interim CM expressed their gratitude for the country's efforts to support their people. Additionally, it has been requested that the Punjab Bank establish a bank account for these pupils, assisting them in managing their money.

Sabahat Abid


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