GUJRAT - Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khosa said that the public has no right to protest after the release of Raymond Davis when the bereaved families had received the blood money as per the Islamic laws whereas there was no pressure on Pakistan by any superpower in the case of Raymond Davis. He was addressing the convocation of the University of Gujrat (UoG) at Hafiz Hayat campus. The governor said that the federal and provincial governments had no connection with the release of Raymond Davis whereas the Sharif brothers had left for London for medical check-up not for the release of Davis. He said that none of the political parties of the country was the supporter of any third power and the government would hold fair elections to perpetuate the journey of democracy. Commenting on the importance of education, Governor Khosa said that it was not justified to see only 1.5 per cent of budget allocation for the education sector in the countrys GDP and the federal and provincial governments should increase the budgetary allocations in this regard. Pakistan needs energetic and capable souls in all its sectors to counter the challenges beset by the country so that its society could pace up with the developing world, said Sardar Latif Khosa, adding that his government was focusing on the education sector. He said that the institution, while imparting education, should develop scientific tools and intellectual integrity among the students to accept the truths so that their visions could be broadened. He also assured the UoG of his assistance for the university. He also awarded gold medicals to distinguished students. Later, the governor also presided over the launching of a book of Faiz Ahmed Faiz, a national poet, and evaluated his services for the country. Extra-ordinary security measures were put in place for the visit of the Punjab Governor and all routs around the university were condoned off. In the city, the traffic remained block along the route of the Punjab Governor which caused immense inconvenience for the commuters and public. UoG VC Dr Muhammad Nizamuddin, former Punjab minister for finance Tanveer Ashraf Kaira, Nawabzada Ghazanfar Ali Gul, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed and many others were present on the occasion.