LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Sharif has said that we can make future of Pakistan safe by promoting education and creating awareness about Two-Nation Theory. Addressing the concluding ceremony of Nazriati Summer School of Nazria Pakistan Trust on Tuesday, Shahbaz said education and training of children was a service to the country, as this training will go a long way in the better future of children as well as to make Pakistan great as envisioned by Dr Allama Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The CM said importance given to the top position holders, their teachers and parents, cash awards and arrangements of their study tours abroad shows that the government was giving top priority to education. As many as 20 talented students, he said, were sent to Britain and other countries on a study tour while government has also pledged free higher education for them. He promised the children of Nazriati Summer School that the government would send them to Europe and other countries for study tour if they showed good performance in their academic career. The CM said government has set up Education Endowment Fund worth Rs4 billion and another two billion will be added every year in this fund. And this amount will be spent on poor but talented students. Shahbaz said his government was setting up computer labs in 4000 schools with investment of billions of rupees. He said Danish school system at par with Aitchison with competent teachers and facilities are being set up for quality education and this project has been initiated from South Punjab. He deplored the double standard in education and separate schools for poor and rich and said he would remove this difference. He paid tributes to Majid Nizami for education and training of children. Editor-in-Chief The Nation and Chairman, Nazria Pakistan Trust, Majid Nizami while speaking on the occasion urged the students to acquire quality science education and become scientists like Dr A Q Khan and Dr Samar Mubarakmand. Majid Nizami said that India was our arch enemy. It had sent atomic marine in Indian Ocean, which was a danger for us, as this atomic marine can hit Karachi, Gwadar and other cities of Sindh. And in this way one can imagine the hostility of India. Majid Nizami said the children should reiterate their commitment to proliferate ideological knowledge they attained from the Nazriati School to their class fellows, as Nazriati school graduates work for promotion of teachings of Iqbal, Quaid-e-Azam and Madre Millat to make Pakistan great as they envisioned. Majid Nizami paid glowing tributes to Mian Shahbaz Sharif for giving education his top priority. He hoped the CM would make Punjab a literate province. He said Shahbaz Sharif not only feel his responsibilities but tries to implement it. It is his duty as PML President to promote ideological education. For this purpose, Shahbaz has promised to construct a new building. Earlier Secretary NPT, Shahid Rashid said the education friendly CM was an asset for the people of this province. He is not only encouraging talented students by giving them cash awards, excellent protocol, admission in foreign universities and visits abroad but he was also promoting regional and provincial harmony by acknowledging students and teaches of other provinces and arranging their visits here. He said Shahbaz Sharif is writing a history. He said NPT is not doing any business. Only forty students have deposited fee out of 320 from 116 schools while 30 students of Anjuman Himayat-i-Islam are also studying here. He said these students will be ambassadors of our ideology. A group of children, most of whom age 6 to 9 imbibed with the spirit of nationhood, displayed superb performance of singing national songs and national anthem. Dr Javed Iqbal, Ms Rameeza Nizami, deputy Managing Editor, Nawa-e-Waqt Group, Mian Aziz ul Haq Qureshi, Col (r) Jamshed Tarin Safia Ishaq, Dr Nazir Qaiser, Col Ikramullah and Pakistan Movement workers were also present. The CM gave away prizes to the best students while Shahbaz also gave away shields to Majid Nizami, Ms Rameeza Nizami. A sum of one hundred rupees and sets of books was given to the each student on behalf of Majeed Nizami.