CM rewards kid on passing Cambridge University exam

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KP Chief Minister Pervez Khattak in a simple ceremony at his office CM Secretariat Peshawar, handed over cheque of the reward money of Rs. One lakh to Master Rai Haris Manzoor on behalf of provincial govt. Haris age 9, has recently passed O-level exam from Cambridge University UK thus making world record and obtaining Gold Medal.

The Chief Minister while congratulating the father and mother Mr.& Mrs. Rai Manzoor Nasir of the brilliant student said that the govt and people were proud of such talented kid of Pakistan who raised heads of Pakistani nation in the comity of nations with pride and honour by qualify such difficult exam in such minor age. KP Chief Minister Pervez Khattak said we rightly wish that all our children such brilliant and pride for nation.

Pervez Khattak also paid rich tributes to parents of this brilliant kid for his proper brought up and education adding that all parents needed to focused their attention proper education and character building their wards so that we could enter lights of knowledge and prosperity by quitting the darkness of ignorance and backwardness.


The parents of Master Haris thanked the Chief Minister KP for honouring and hosting them in CM Secretariat Peshawar as well as giving handsome reward of Rs. one lakh to Haris for encouragement despite the fact that they did not belong to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. They hoped that this generous step of KP govt would help a great deal in promoting quality education and creating mass awareness for knowledge in the country.

Source: The Frontier Post.