By our correspondent
LAHORE: All Indian Schools Association President PK Sehgal and Private Schools Management Association Central President Adeeb Javedani have agreed on a students exchange programme as a goodwill gesture under ‘Aman Ki Asha’. According to the programme, 50 students from each country will visit the other in February.
During a telephonic conversation with Javedani, PK Sehgal said ‘Aman Ki Asha’ was the best way forward for peace between the two countries. He said the effort by the Jang Group and the Times of India would pave the way for a congenial environment for the two countries and it would help them understand each other’s concerns and address them accordingly. He said better Indo-Pak relations meant better educational systems as both countries could share knowledge and educational reforms through student and professional interaction.
Adeeb Javedani commended the friendly gesture of PK Sehgal of inviting Pakistani students to India and said that a delegation of 50 students would visit Delhi In February and Pakistan would host a similar delegation from India in March.
He said ‘Aman Ki Asha’ had kindle a new hope for pleasant relationship between the two country and it gave everyone of us a chance to play our role in the mammoth step forward taken my the media groups of India and Pakistan.