LAHORE - Federal Minister for Law Dr Babar Awan while rejecting the proposed constitution of Board of Governors in the educational institutions in Punjab, has announced to oppose tooth and nail, the Punjab govts privatisation policy for colleges and schools. Briefing the media after holding meeting with teachers and the students leaders at the residence of PPP leader Azizur Rahman Chann here on Saturday, Babar Awan maintained the PPP government would adhere to the education policy Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto adopted under Order 118 in 1972 (on nationalisation of the academic institutions). The Minister sounded deviating from the Prime Ministers statement made the other day that Bhutto nationalisation policy was a mistake and he wanted the Punjab government to set this sector right. When a reporter invited attention of Awan to what the PM had said in public, the Minister covering his embarrassment smilingly said, he stands with the teachers and the students and received a 'nay answer from a group of them, standing behind him, asking whether or not they wanted privatisation of the institutions. Awan accused the Punjab Chief Minister of attempting privatisation of the educational institutions to favour his political cronies. He said two institutions are being eyed at in Model Town to convert them into two another CM Secretariat while appoint