PESHAWAR - In order to mobilise the party workers ahead of the coming elections, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, has announced a schedule for the party’s public meetings in 25 districts of the province from January 1, 2013.

The provincial leadership of the JUI-F will start visiting all 25 districts of the province from January 1, 2013. In this connection, consisting of provincial leadership of the party, various committees have also been formed.

These committees would address public meetings whereas a number of workers and local leadership of different parties in districts concerned would also join the JUI-F. Besides addressing party public gatherings, district based workers council meeting would also be addressed by the members of these committees, Abdul Jalil Jan told The Nation on Friday.

He said that that a total of seven committees have been formed. The first committee would address party public gatherings at district Shangla, Haripur, Nowshera and Tank, the second committee would address to similar meetings in district Dera Ismail Khan, Swat, Swabi and Abbottabad.

The third similar committee would visit Lakki Marwat, Mansehra, Mardan and Buner, fourth committee Bannu, Malakand, Batagram, Charsadda, fifth committee would speak at Karak, Dir Lower, Torghar and Peshawar, sixth committee Dir Upper, Kohistan and Kohat and the seventh committee would visit Chitral and Hangu district of the province.

Prominent among those who are members of these seven committee are MNA Maulana Mohamamd Qasim, ex-senator Sahibzada Khalid Jan, Qazi Ayaz, Aziz Ahmad, Qari Abdullah, Fazli Ali Haqqani, Noor-ul-Islam, Mufti Abdul Shakoor, Maulana Atta-ur-Rehman, Maulan Amanat Shah, Asif Iqbal and Abdul Jalil Jan.

These committees would start visiting these districts from January I, 2013 and it would continue till January 7, 2013. Besides, these committees would also meet local leadership of other political and religious parties to discuss possibility of seat-to-seat adjustment or electoral alliance at district level.

Abdul Jalil Jan said that they had a huge expectations from this scheduled party programs and it would help the party’s top leadership to choose allies for coming elections.

Meanwhile, University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Peshawar, organised a seminar titled on Self Assessment Process for faculty members and staff at Continuing Engineering Education Centre (CEEC), Hayatabad, on Friday.

The seminar was a part of series of seminars and workshops, organized by Quality Enhancement Cell, UET to bring awareness to ‘Self Assessment Process’ of Higher Education Commission (HEC) in regard to quality of higher education.