Factory of terrorism!

These children, who have never even seen the face of a school, are mostly from the provinces of Balochistan, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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About two and a half crore children do not go to school in Pakistan. All these children are from poor families. They do not pursue any education as their parents cannot afford their education. Such a huge number of out-of-school children could be Pakistan’s next headache.

These children, who have never even seen the face of a school, are mostly from the provinces of Balochistan, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. These children do not go to school, they help their parents with whatever work they can, thus perpetuating poverty. This is a problem. In addition, there is a high possibility that such children will be used for anti-social activities or terrorist activities in the future.

Mumbai was attacked on November 26, 2008 by Pakistani terrorists. Among them, Ajmal Kasab, a terrorist, was uneducated and came from a poor family. These uneducated and poor children do not hesitate to do any kind and any level of work for a small amount of money.

Gilgit-Baltistan and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, two territories which are an integral part of India, were invaded by Pakistan and kept under its control, but the condition of education of the children there is more frightening. There is a possibility that these children will find themselves in the hands of terrorists.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has seen this problem. He has announced the launch of the Danish Schools initiative across the country to bring out-of-school children into the mainstream of education. Danish schools have been started to provide free education for poor children. Shehbaz Sharif started this initiative when he was the Chief Minister of Punjab province. He was also quite successful. Now after assuming the post of Prime Minister, he intends to start the Danish school initiative across the country.

Shehbaz Sharif has agreed that the situation is so serious and dire that an educational emergency should be declared in Pakistan. They are also aware that the education sector has been unforgivably neglected. He has taken steps to improve the situation. It will be important to see how successful they are, and whether the economic, social and military environment in Pakistan helps poor children get an education.

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