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Parizaad, written by Hashim Nadeem and directed by Shahzad Kashmiri starred Ahmed Ali Akbar in a role we had never seen him play before. Not only did the drama become Ahmed’s claim to fame, but the masterpiece also revived the love for the Urdu language at a time when English has become a symbol of intelligence and class.

The drama, in fact, concluded by highlighting the importance of education and Urdu.



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So, following Balochistan governments recent decision to improve the education standards in the province, Ahmed took to Instagram to share his delight.

“Parizaad brings a change for the betterment. The education department of the Balochistan government is ready to uplift the standard of Urdu medium schools after receiving a humble message from the last episode of the show. Ministry has decided to release the budget to uplift the criteria and standard of Urdu medium primary schools to bring them close to English medium school facilities,” the actor shared.




“May we tell stories to open our minds, may we open our hearts to stories of all kinds,” he captioned the post on Instagram.

In another post, he shared a newspaper clipping that announced the decision.

“An amazing decision by CM Balochistan Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo! I hope the Almighty brings success to your initiative and may He bless you. Here’s hoping this spreads into other provinces as well. The team of Parizaad is with you. God bless the people of Pakistan!” he wrote expressing delight over the government’s efforts to ‘end backwardness in the education system.’




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