Nankana Sahib: According to a recent news report, Minister for Anti-Narcotics Ijaz Ahmad Shah has said that the establishment of Baba Guru Nanak University at Nankana Sahib will bring an educational revolution in the region.
Speaking at the central ceremony for the 100th anniversary of the Sikh Religious Festival Saka in Nankana Sahib, he said the university’s construction work would soon be completed.
The minister said that separate departments for Punjabi and Khalisapan would be made available at the university and that all funds would be spent on the university by the government of Pakistan. He said that the Indian rulers and the majority are facing atrocities against all minorities in India, while society has given all minorities in Pakistan due respect.
“Guru Nanak taught the lesson of peace and love to the people,” he said. “Sikhs had sacrificed their lives to take back control of gurdwaras and confronted the oppression valiantly on Feb 21, 1921,” Ijaz Shah said. “It is my honour to serve the people of Nankana Sahib,” the minister further said.
“The government of Pakistan is providing all funds for Baba Guru Nanak University,” he said, adding that the vice-chancellor of the university has also been appointed.”
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