Laptops, school uniform, sports material distributed

Rafiullah Mandokhail

ZHOB: As students protest continuous against the alleged unfair laptop distribution under the provincial government scheme, the charity organization Khidmat-e-Khalq Foundation International distributed laptops, school uniform and sports material among intelligent and deserving male female students here. Chairman KKF Int Niamatullah Zaheer was the chief guest of the event.

The distribution ceremony was attended by Deputy Commissioner Zhob, Deputy Commissioner Sherani, Chairman Abdul Sattar Kakar, Chief Officer Abdul BaqiMandokhail, notables, officers, parents, sportsmen and students in a large number.

Addressing on the occasion he shed light on the foundation’s steps and efforts for the suffering humanity. The chief guest said that the youth and students were the asset of the country and asked them to focus on their studies and play a vital role for the development of the province. He emphasized.

President KKF Zhob Nawab Khan Mandokhail, addressing the participants said that serving humanity is worship to the Almighty. He appreciated the day and night efforts and generous contribution of the foundation. He said the promotion of positive activities would discourage the use of drugs among the youth which was eating up the norms of the society.

“The sportsmen of Zhob are very talented and have always exhibited their talents but unfortunately, they didn’t get the required facilities,” he lamented. Deputy Commissioner Zhob, Deputy Commissioner Sherani Abdul KhaliqMandokhail, Deputy District Education Officer Abdul Ghaffar Mandokhail, President Government Teachers Association Ayoub Mandokhail, Zafarullah Kakar, Saeed-ur-Rehman, Jabir Khan, Hafeezullah, Muhammad Rafiq and Hafiz Daulat Khan also spoke on the occasion.

It is to be mentioned that the students in a large number have been protesting against what they called an ‘unfair’ distribution of laptops under the Chief Minster Balochistan scheme. They alleged that the district administration has violated the merit and given laptops to ‘blue-eyed’ students instead of deserving ones. But the administration denied the allegations leveled against the concerned authorities.