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Turbat: Law college needed... By Nawaz

14 February, 2013

Studentsof Makran division, which includes Turbat, Gwadar, Pasni, Jiwani, Mand, Tump and Dasht, face a lot of hardships in going to major cities like Karachi and Quetta for education.

Turbat's illiteracy rate is on the rise. Many people are getting involved in negative and anti-social activities because of lack of educational institutions. Even if there are some institutions in Turbat, they do not have adequate resources. The government must take concrete steps to build a law college to give youth a better future.

NAWAZ ELLAHI
Turbat

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