GB students to get admissions in Punjab medical colleges under old system: Nawaz Sharif

PT Report

Islamabad, August 5: Leader of the Pakistan Muslim League, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, has said that the revised admission criteria would be waived for students of Gilgit – Baltistan who seek admission in medical colleges of Punjab. He has reportedly said that the percentage required for admission would be lowered from 60 to 40 % to facilitate the students. This information was shared with the media by Hafiz Hafeez ur Rehman, leader of PML (N) in Gilgit – Baltistan.

Nawaz Sharif has also reportedly promised to visit Gilgit before Ramadan and distribute cheques among the victims of Attabad disaster in a week’s time. He has also assured the regional PML(N) leadership of his support for those affected by the recent rains and floods.

It is pertinent to note here that a group of GB students had protested against revision of the admission requirements in front of the parliament.

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  1. Nawaz sharif showed his true color. The announcement of additional seats was just a way to get extra votes during the election. the people knew that before that s why his party was badly defeated in the elections.

  2. i am very obliged to mian muhammad nawaz sharif and hafiz hafiz ur rehman for their extra ordinary contribution about the concern of gilgit baltistan pre medical students admissions, and for lowering the passing % from 60 t0 40

  3. I am very thankful to Mr. nawaz Sharif but it will be better if Chief Minister or Education Minister of Punjab give the same statment. I n my view it will be more reliable and relaxing.

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