JI promises free education up to high secondary

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Central vice Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami, Sirajul Haq in a meeting held on Sunday unveiled its preferences in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after winning general elections. Free education from first class to intermediate would be given and equal education would be introduced in education institutions while free health facilities to be given in all district hospitals. 

Shadow Chief Minister of JI while addressing a meeting said his party made public the preferences for the province and it would work these preferences if JI voted to power in KP. JI government would end the Thana culture and military operation in the province, Siraj claimed and saying all the missing persons in his reign would be recovered. 

He claimed his government would take historical steps in the filed of education and render free education from first class to intermediate while patients would be treated freely in entire districts hospitals. 

The graduated students would get scholarship till the findings of jobs and the female rights would be protected, Siraj stated. His government would focus on welfare and uplift works in the province after defeating the opponents in elections, Siraj added. 

Mrs Siraj categorically said 2000 megawatt power to be produced from water in KP and improvement would be brought in agricultural. Local government system would be implemented and rights of minorities would be secured, he added. 

JI if came into power would eradicate the corruption and bribery in the province, JI Ameer claimed. 

The deteriorating position of industries would be restored and people would build new industries and get employments, Siraj said and adding his party was on top in electioneering campaign in the province and form government after next elections. He advised party activists and leaders on the occasion to expedite election campaign and convey the manifesto of his party in well manner.