We of the Jahil-e-Mutlaq movement/group, henceforth known simply as JeM, hereby commend the government of Pakistan on it’s excellent decision to do away with the cumbersome Higher Education Commission. We firmly believe that higher education should be available to everyone in whatever shape or form they desire, that it should not be monopolized or regulated by any central authority and that no such authority should be trying to goad people into higher education programmes with insidious things like grants and scholarships, because there is a dearth of jobs in the market as it is, and all this achieves is to produce overqualified, underemployed, disgruntled public protestors.
Signed by Preisdent of JeM, Fazl-ur-Rehman.
We of the JeM think great of the government for their good decision to end the bachelors degree programme in the country and also because sixteen years of education is four years too much. Inter should be enough to start a career some where or matric and then just sit in our father’s shops.
Singed by President of JeM, Fazul Rehman
we of teh jEm thank great of the gorment for ending matric bored and becaus I like to hang my frands nd smoke cigrats, no budy likes books any wey.
sighed, ‘maana charsi hehe hey giv me my pen bak
jay ee em thank you presdent for end pubic school system you are a wanderfl man n my mothr say goood no rewrd in skool any way school bad bad bad bad
i lik ice cream