Free Education Laptops and Driving Licenses Kashmiri Students in Punjab

In a recent incident in the Province, temporary chief minister Mr. Mohsin Naqvi made the audacious announcement that Kashmiri students enrolling in Punjabi educational institutions would no longer be required to pay tuition.

Additionally, free computers will be given to Kashmiri students to help them advance their digital literacy. The traffic police will also issue driving licenses to the students, making it simpler for them to travel and continue their education. About 200 pupils will benefit from this.

Students from Kashmir met with the interim chief minister and conveyed their appreciation for the enormous effort made to show support for the Kashmiri people.

The Punjab Bank was also instructed by the CM Office to open an account for these pupils. This will aid them in managing their finances.

Additionally, Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi ordered that the province’s daily challan policy be abandoned.

He gave the order that the daily challan should not have a quota. To make it simpler for individuals to obtain driving licenses, he also directed the traffic police offices to operate in two shifts.

A prayer was spoken during the gathering of the students in memory of those who lost their lives in the earthquakes that struck Syria and Turkey.

A powerful earthquake with a Richter scale rating of 7.6 struck Turkey and Syria two days before. Millions of people are homeless, and thousands of people died.

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