Cultural contradictions have emerged in the "Women March", PM Imran Khan
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that cultural contradictions have emerged in the "Woman March" which reflects a dual education system.
Addressing the function of the foundation stone of seven projects for construction of 20,000 houses in Islamabad, the Prime Minister said that the curriculum taught in the public and semi-government schools continue to widen the gap.
He said that those who look at society by paying extra-ordinary fees in private schools and see society have seen many flaws that can be seen in the case of the "Women's March."
The Prime Minister said that "next year, the Ministry of Education will introduce a syllabus for all public and private schools to create a curriculum so that a nation emerges from the teaching institutions and cultural differences are eliminated".
It is to be noted that on March 8, the "Women's March" was held in the main cities of Pakistan on the occasion of the Women's World, in which men and women along with women participated.
Other religious parties also held rallies in comparison to other "Women's March"
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