FO Spokesperson strongly deplores so-called 'Public Notice' issued by India regarding pursuance of higher education in Pakistan.

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan has strongly deplored the so-called "Public Notice" issued by the University Grants Commission of India and the All India Council for Technical Education, advising students not to seek higher education in Pakistan and warning them of being denied employment in case they choose to do so.

According to a statement issued by Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad on Monday, the tone of the 'Public Notice' is not only threatening towards the students it also reeks of tyrannical authoritarianism. It is regrettable that driven by its incurable obsession with Pakistan, the Government of India is unabashedly coercing the students in order to deter them from pursuing quality education of their choice.

He said that if anything, the contents of the "Public...

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