TOBA TEK SINGH - Rafiq Tarar, the former president of Pakistan, has said that philanthropists should come forward to set up colleges and universities on 'no profit no loss' basis to promote education in the country.

During his visit, he praised Makhdoom Nazar for launching the project of Kamalia international University which will complete at a cost of Rs100 million.

He regretted that more than half of the country's people were living below poverty line while the national economy has been ruined. On the occasion, General (r) Ziauddin Butt, Justice (r) Manzoor Sial, General (r) Allah Nawaz and Nazar Hussain were also present. Meanwhile, they visited different departments of the under-construction university.

CNG SUPPLY: On the directives of the Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, the gas supply to CNG stations was restored to facilitate vehicles hired by the PPP leaders for transportation of activists to Faisalabad where a public meeting was held. It was also addressed by Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, though on Sunday was has holiday.