SADIQABAD - Punjab Minister for Industries, Commerce and Investments took notice of students’ complaints regarding irregularities in results of intermediate Part-I examination.

“I have received several complaints regarding flawed marking of the papers and irregularities in the results declared by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Bahawalpur,” the minister said, adding that he will apprise the education minister of these complaints. He assured the students that their effort will never go in vain, adding that the government will take action against negligence of the board staff and the culprits involved in this irregularities will be dealt with sternly.

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Al-Rehman Welfare Foundation (AWF) would arrange mass-wedding of 50 deserving couples on November 18 in which they would be provided dowry and other household goods.

Talking to media, AWF Secretary Information Abdul Majid informed that the foundation is also working to provide free education and healthcare to the poor people. “The AWF has established a number of dispensaries in rural areas where patients are being provided free healthcare,” Mr Majid informed, adding that an education fund has also been established to bear educational expenses of deserving students.

He said that AWF office bearers including President Abdul Waheed, Chairman Asghar Shah, Secretary General Tariq Mehmood and others would attend the mass marriage event.