LAHORE - The government should declare next five years as 'Education Reforms and Implementation Years and at least 5 per cent of total national earnings must be spent on education. This resolution was presented and adopted unanimously at an Educational Convention and Scholarship Distribution Ceremony held here on Sunday, says a Press release The ceremony was organised by Anjuman Araiyan Pakistan (AAP) at Dera Mian Saeed, Wahdat Road near Multan Chungi. Over 5,000 social activists, academicians, doctors and people form all sections of society attended the ceremony. Former Chairman AAP Mian Muhammad Muneer, newly-elected president Mian Muhammad Saeed, Secretary General Malik Amin Araien, Lt-Gen (retd) Ghulam Mustufa, Chairman Scholarship Committee Mian Shafiq, Chaudhry Zulifqar and Arshad Gurki addressed the ceremony. Mr Saeed presenting the resolution said, Pakistan has faced both internal and external threats, and one of major reasons for emergence of these threats is lack of uniform education system and inconsistent educational polices besides a very low investment on the education sector. Because of lack of education and awareness some external forces are using our people against us.