Rs 150,000 per year grant for education of Hayat’s kids
ISLAMABAD, July 19 2006: Complying with the directives of the Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz, the Federal Ministry of Education has earmarked Rs 150,000 per year, to bear the educational expenses of the dependent children of the deceased journalist Hayat Ullah, who was killed by the unknown assailants in Mirali, North Waziristan Agency in June, this year. The Ministry of Education will bear the educational costs of four children of the deceased Hayat Ullah, including his elder daughter Naila Hayat, student of class 4 who will get Rs 44,000 per year till the completion of her studies.
Similarly, Rs 44,000 per annum will be incurred on the educational expenses of his second daughter Farishta Hayat till she completes her higher studies. His younger son Kamran Hayat, a prep student, will also be provided education on state expenses amounting to Rs 44,000 per year. Faisal Hayat, a minor, the youngest son of the deceased journalist, will get Rs 18,000, as maintenance allowance till he enrols in any school, after which he will also be provided education at state expense.
Source: B. Recorder