PM inaugurates School on Wheels project in Islamabad

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has inaugurated the School on Wheels Project and launched a countrywide spring plantation campaign.

The Schools on Wheel project aimed to bring education to children, particularly those living in rural areas, right to their doorsteps.

While addressing the ceremony PM remarked, “The project would be a unique addition to efforts to create the nation.”

He was sure that by providing education to hundreds of thousands of rural youngsters, this program would bring about a revolution.

The Prime Minister further ordered to expand the program’s reach to Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir in addition to the four other provinces.

As per PM Shehbaz Sharif, the administration would increase the number of buses and extend the project to Azad Kashmir and the rest of the nation.

Also, he added, the mobile library would encourage children to read.

He asserted that an educated society had advanced and become sophisticated.

On this particular occasion, the prime minister engaged with the students and inspired them an enthusiasm for studying.

Previously, Rana Tanveer Hussain, the minister of education, gave the prime minister a briefing on the project’s many features and mentioned that the initiative was first launched with eight buses. He claimed that the kids attending these mobile classrooms will also receive meals.

Before it, the prime minister also planted a sapling to kick off the nationwide spring plantation program.

He asked civil society and the entire public to take part in the plantation drive to protect future generations.

Sharif emphasized the necessity for urgent environmental correction through the planting of trees as cities were turning into concrete jungles.