People wants education not terrorism: Adeel

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Taliban should be aware that people were not with them but want education and a developed society, said Senator Haji Adil while giving to eighty students of Department of Chemistry University of Peshawar under the Naway Sahar Laptop Scheme on Wednesday. 

ANP Senator said that laptop distribution program was one of dozen projects for the improving the higher education in the province which, he added, was necessary for eradicating extremism and changing fate of people. 

Eighty students of BS four year program of the department were given laptops which according to students were a welcoming initiative for them by government. Palwasha student of the department while expressing her remarks over receiving laptop said that she was grateful to “KP” Government. Haji Adil was saddened over using KP word for the province said that Pakhtuns were succeeded to get their name and identity after continuous struggle of two decades therefore he requested for fully pronouncing the name of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. 

Meanwhile, Senator Haji Muhammad Adil donated a sum of 50 million rupees for the up gradation and construction of state of the Art Dressing Room at the main cricket ground of University of Peshawar. This he announced while inaugurating Jibran Adeel memorial Auditorium at Hakeem Abdul Jalil Nadvi Sports Complex UoP. The auditorium has been constructed at an estimated cost of around 14 million rupees from the fund of Senator Adeel and comprise of a spacious hall for accommodating 250 people at a time and five rooms for the sports officials.

Making a suicide bomber for killing innocent people is not a Jihad, but the real Jihad is to save life of people and spread the light of education for a bright future of a country, said Senator Haji Muhammad Adeel on the occasion.

Adeel hopes for smooth settlement of caretaker PM issue, APP adds: Senior Vice President, Awami National Party, Senator Haji Adeel here Wednesday expressed optimism that parliamentary committee will smoothly solve the issue of caretaker Prime Minister.

Talking to APP after inaugurating Jabaran Adeel Memorial Auditorium in University of Peshawar campus here, the ANP leader said the parliamentary committee compromising on eight highly seasoned politicians would hopefully smoothly address the issue of caretaker Prime Minister as per the expectations of the nation.

He said members of the committee including Syed Khursheed Shah, Ch. Shujaat Hussain, Ghulam Ahmed Bilour, Farooq H Naeek, Parvez Rasheed, Sardar Mehtab Abbasi, Sardar Yaqub Nasir and Saad Rafiq all are highly experienced politicians and hopefully will evolve consensus on a single name for the prestigious office of caretaker Prime Minister in the stipulated time.