Saturday, April 30, 2016

Magazine publishes special edition on APS, BKU incidents

PESHAWAR: The board of Pakhto Adabi Board (PAB) has brought out unique version of its quarterly magazine "Tatara" on the appalling episodes of Army Public School (APS) and Bacha Khan University (BKU).

The magazine was dispatched at PAB office here, said a report on Sunday.Tatara turned into the main Pashto month to month magazine to have drawn out its uncommon issue on the episodes of APS and BKU, which took several blameless lives and left large portions of others genuinely harmed.

The awful occurrences enlivened literati the nation over, particularly in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Fata, to versify their sentiments and feelings with the goal that it could turn out to be a piece of scholarly history. Dr Fazal Rahim Marwat, bad habit chancellor Bacha Khan University, asked all the Pakhtuns at the starting service to inspire their children and little girls to get instruction and seek after information with more noteworthy energy than at any other time.

He said it was the best way to dispose of the hazard of terrorism, militancy, bigotry and extremism.Around 30 artists and essayists have communicated their perspectives in the quarterly magazine for January to June. The prominent patrons have denounced the ruthless aggressor assaults on instructive foundations.

Senior essayists including Professor Dawar Khan Daud, Ghazi Sial, Noorul Bashar Naveed, Professor Zubair Hasrat, Dr Fazal Rahim Marwat, Dr Irfan Khattak, Dr Ismail Gohar, Professor Sher Zaman Seemab, Dr Sattar Khan Lowaghari, Professor Khalilur Rahman, Dr Pervez Mahjoor Kheshgi and Zahida Hina have contributed their pieces on different parts of the APS and BKU occurrences.