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Scholarship Program Rahmatul-Lil Alameen

Scholarship Program Rahmatul-Lil Alameen Imran Khan Launches

Addressing the inaugural function Imran Khan lauded the Rahmatul-Lil Alameen Scholarship Program. Then, the efforts of the Punjab government to launch the Rahmatul-Lil Almeen apprenticeship program. Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was one of the greatest men in world history. And that whoever follows in his footsteps will be blessed by Allah Almighty. Imran Khan reiterated his commitment to building Pakistan. As a major nation and focusing on education under the rule of law in Medina.

Prime Minister Imran Khan Said

He said that no nation could prosper without education. The present Government has focused on the field of education. To learn from the circumcision of Hazrat Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). The prime minister said that the battle started and then the supremacy of the law would win us. He said that no country could move forward without bringing powerful people into the realm of the law.

Rahmatul-Lil Alameen Scholarship Program

Prime Minister Imran Khan Thursday launched a Rs27.93 billion in Pakistan. The program will help students from disadvantaged groups to obtain a license. Then, speaking at the opening of the Scholarship Program. The Prime Minister said the Federal Government would spend 5.5 billion annually on 70,000 Scholarships. No country can prosper without Education thus the leader stressed. Adding that a country cannot develop without the rule of law. Thus, it will be spent over the next five years. The district also follows the Rahmatul-Lil-Alameen Scholarship Program. In Punjab, we also get $1 billion a year for that education program.

Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood Said

Speaking on the occasion than the education minister Shafqat Mehmood said the Rahmatul-Lil Alameen scholarship is a national program. The province is also implementing the Rahmatol-Lil Alamin Scholarship Program. The program started in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with a budget of 427 million euros.

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