PML-N demands release of sufficient funds to universities.

PESHAWAR -- Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has expressed its serious concern over the financial crunch being faced by the public sector universities and asked the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to allocate sufficient funds for taking the higher educational institutions out of the financial crisis.

Speaking at the protest camp of Peshawar University Employees here on Friday, PML-N provincial president Amir Muqam assured full support to the teachers and other employees on part of his party and said that despite its tall claims Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf had failed to improve the quality of education in the country.

Condemning police action against the protesting teachers and other employees of universities in Peshawar, he said that the PTI government was least bothered to materialise its election manifesto.

He said the government had been focusing only on victimisation of its political opponents in the name of accountability.

Mr Muqam said that it was duty of the government to release appropriate funds to all public sector...

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