LAHORE:22 Feb: Human Rights and Minority Affairs Minister Ijaz Alam Augustine has said promotion of education and eradication of poverty and illiteracy are the top priority of the PTI’s government. Speaking at a prize distribution ceremony of a private school at Aiwan-e-Iqbal here on Thursday, the minister said to achieve the goal of a Naya Pakistan, free quality education should be provided to every child because education is the most important mean in the journey of development. He said the government will try to bring all out of school children to schools and for this a comprehensive strategy is being planned. The minister said no nation can progress without education. Chairman of the private school foundation Dr Asim Naseem said: “Urdu is our national language and it is really an excellent initiative by the government to ask the teachers to teach their primary level students in Urdu. It will become easy for many of the students as they will easily understand what their teachers are saying. Also, many of the students will get the opportunity to improve their Urdu listening and reading skills.” The minister said the Punjab government is very serious on bringing considerable changes in the school curriculum. He said the government is very keen to provide quality education to all and that is why it has decided to bring these sorts of changes across Punjab.At the end of the ceremony, prizes and certificates were distributed among the students and their teachers. Modern courses: Modern courses enhance the capacity of Punjab police and make police public friendly in true sense. Inspector General of Police, Punjab, Amjad Javed Saleemi said this during a session held regarding all developments with regard to the courses made by Additional IG Training Tariq Masood Yaseen at Central Police Office, Lahore, on Thursday. Tariq Masood Yasin told the IG that the new courses also included moral and ethical courses along with courses regarding domestic violence, child abuse, women harassment and other new forms of crimes emerging with new criminal world.The news.