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Beyond education... By Zahid

05 December, 2013

Pakistan needs to invest in educating the masses and dedicating maximum resources to the education sector. No country can progress unless its population is educated. Today, most countries boast of 100 percent literacy rate, which is really worth being followed by less educated countries. These developed countries all over the world have high a standard of living but, despite their intellectual growth, the crime rate in developed countries is also on the increase. There is a race to become richer overnight. Importance and respect for elders is on the decline as well.

A community should be based on a fair distribution of wealth. We should not only focus on education but also eradicate uneven wealth distribution and cultivate traditional values in our youth.

MUHAMMAD ZAHID
Islamabad

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