BUREWALA The private sector educational institutions have been providing a healthy environment for competition in the educational sector and have helped a lot in raise the standard and quality of education. MNA Asghar Ali Jatt expressed the views while speaking at the Malik Meraj Khalid Teachers Excellence Award ceremony at the newly-established campus of Superior College Burewala here the other night. He said that the inauguration of the superior college campus in the city reflect the importance of Burewala as it is already remembered as the city of education and sports. He said that establishment of such colleges would help raise the standard and quality education in the city. Renowned teachers including Muhammad Aslam Sabir, Prof Nazirul Hassnain, Prof Rashid Sidhu, Prof Jameel Ahmad Adeel, Ch Shah Muhammad, Maqbool Ahmad Bhatti and College Principal Mohsin Mubarak also addressing the awards ceremony. MPA Tahir Iqbal, College Director Ihsan Ullah Cheema, Zile Hussnain, Farhan Rasheed Bhatti and others were also present on the occasion. Later, the chief guest distributed awards amongst the teachers in recognition of their services for the uplift of the education. AAGM PRESIDENT ELECTED: Haji Shahid Parvez has been elected as new President Anjuman-e-Arhatian Grain Market (AAGM) Burewala by defeating Muhammad Yaqoob Gujjar with a margin on three votes in the elections held here on Sunday. The polling for Anjuman-e-Arhatian Grain Market Burewala presidentship was held at the Market Committee Offices. A total of 164 members exercised their right to vote and after the counting of the votes, Shahid Parvez took 82 votes while his opponent Muhammad Yaqoob Gujjar got 79 votes while three votes were rejected. Haji Shahid Parvez was supported by the former presidents and City Nazim Muhammad Ashiq, Nadeem Mushtaq Ramay, Riffat Tahir Jameel, Haji Zahoor Majid, Muhammad Shahid, Muhammad Tahir, Azhar Ghafoor and others.