Peshawar to Open Pakistan’s First Exclusive School for Sikhs

The primary selective school for Sikhs will before long open in Pakistan’s Peshawar after the endorsement of the Khyber Pakthunkhwa specialists which was a long-standing interest of the Sikh people group.

There was a populace of in excess of 20,000 Sikhs in Pakistan according to the US Department of State.

The vast majority of the Sikhs were situated in the territory of Punjab—a piece of the bigger Punjab district where the religion had begun in the medieval times — and in Peshawar in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa area.

The Khyber Pakthunkhwa government’s commonplace Auqaf Department has not just allotted a measure of Rs 22 lakh for the development of the school in Peshawar city yet it has likewise made plans to support the school building plan with prompt impact.

The first of its thoughtful activity has been assumed the premise of the long-standing interest of the chosen delegates of the Sikh people group who have been looking for setting up of a different instructive organization for their locale where history and precepts of the Sikhism could be shown separated from normal training to Sikh youngsters.

Other than this, the Khyber Pakthunkhwa common specialists have reserved a measure of more than Rs 85 lakh for holding of various celebrations of the minority networks.

The commonplace government has reserved an all out entirety of Rs 5.5 crore for the welfare of the minorities and for their issues as a feature of its 2019-20 spending plan, sources uncovered.

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