MUZAFFARABAD: “Raise voice against corruption to end corruption”, in accordance to International Anti-corruption Day, with the help of Transparency International Pakistan and in collaboration with women Welfare Foundation Azad Kashmir a seminar and walk was arranged in which various Pakistanis including civil society, women, students participated.
Chief Guest of the event was secretary of the Higher Education Commission, Zahid Abbasi, while President Muzaffarabad Women Welfare Foundation Azad Kashmir, Shabnam Sadaqat Awan, Principal Model Speaking at the occasion, Additional Secretary Higher Education Zahid Abbasi said that the United Nations has taken an important step towards ending corruption while taking allocation of one day in the year.
The seminars and walks are organized by the freedom of the country by the end of corruption and public awareness of the nation’s future. In the future, these children have to handle the country’s devastation. Their mind is to end the corruption. Creating an urgent need for the nation as a whole, otherwise we will not be able to fulfill the dream of development and prosperity can not be embarrassed by the honesty and full responsibility.
Addressing the function, Women Welfare Foundation Azad Kashmir, Shabnam Sadaqat Awan, said that the Transparency International Pakistan raised voice to end corruption and has started work for the end of corruption within the freedom of mind and advises the public to express its voice, if any person of any type of corruption victim, the institution will provide free legal support to such people. The information of this Transparency International Pakistan, Students can also be referred to such institutions. Any affected person to raise their voice against corruption, but it may be possible to find free legal advice and strategies against corruption by fighting their war on their own.
In the end of seminar a walk was arranged from Model Science College Upper Chattar till Ali Akbar Awan School. It was attended by a number of student volunteers including the Secretary Higher Education, the members of Women Welfare Foundation.