LAHORE Jamiat Ahle Hadith on Thursday announced to join Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaafs Remove Government, Save Country movement. Chairing a meeting of office-bearers of affiliated organisations of Jamiat Ahle Hadith, Ibtesam Elahi Zaheer said the Remove Government, Save Country movement was the need of the hour and the voice of the nation. He said committees have been constituted in all four provinces to make the movement a success. He said that coordinators of these committees have also been appointed. The names of the coordinators include party spokesman Hafiz Khalid Shahzad Farooqi, Hafiz Mohammad Ali Yazdani and acting president of Ahle Hadiht Youth Force Qari Abdul Qayum. Ibtesam said the interior and foreign policies of the government had pushed the country on the verge of destruction. He cited lawlessness, terrorism, load shedding, price hike, unemployment and US slavery as the key identities of the government, adding that the irony of the fate was that the government took pride of its achievements instead of feeling ashamed. ISF sets up admission cells: Insaaf Student Federation (ISF) activists on the instruction of their Lahore President Muhammad Usman have established different admission cells in Lahore. The admission cells will provide information regarding universities specifically in Lahore and the whole of Punjab as well. ISF Punjab President praised this step and said admission cells can also be set in various districts of Punjab so that students know more about the universities through ISF admission cells. There will be internet facility in camps and students will be able to learn about universities on the spot through internet. New students wanted to take admission in other universities will also be provided with information in their required universities.