British High Commission delegation calls on Punjab minister Samsam Bukhari

LAHORE: A British Excessive Fee delegation referred to as on Punjab minister for Data and Tradition Syed Samsam Ali Bukhari to debate the prospects of enhanced collaboration between two international locations within the sectors of well being and schooling, ARY Information reported.

The delegation consisted of recent incumbent first secretary (political) of UK Excessive Fee, Mr Stephen Hill, outgoing officer Mr Tom D. Fanblanque, and Coverage Officer Mohammad Saad.

The minister apprised the three-member delegation concerning the initiatives taken by the Punjab authorities and each the sectors.

Bukhari mentioned that no nation might progress with out introducing reforms in these sectors, and due to this fact, the current regime was centered on investing in materials and human assets in well being and schooling.

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The minister lauded the Division for Worldwide Growth (DFID) UK, for its efforts and contributions within the subject of schooling. The minister mentioned that the federal government was wanting ahead to furthering the cooperation with the federal government of the UK within the schooling sector.

British delegation appreciated present authorities’s reform measures in schooling and well being sectors. It mentioned that the Pakistani society was witnessing a ‘optimistic and clear change’ on account of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) authorities’s result-oriented measures.

Later, whereas responding to the varied query of media concerning the bail of Nawaz Sharif Bukhari made it clear that the imprisonment of Nawaz Sharif had solely been suspended for six weeks, however he gained’t be capable to journey overseas for his remedy.

He mentioned that the PTI authorities connected honoured the verdicts of courts at all times and it did the identical for at present’s verdict.



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