On the same day, delegation of Iqbal International Institute for Research & Dialogue (IRD) visited the Agha Khan Development Center. The beautiful and prestigious building of Agha Khan Development Center is located close to Karakoram International University G.B.
The delegation visited the Center under the leadership of IIUI Acting President, Dr. Muhammad Bashir Khan. The delegation comprises; Dr. Husnul Amin, Executive Director, IRD, Journalist and Analyst Sabookh Syed, Syed Muzammil Hussain, Professor Dr. Muhammad Akram Virk, Dr. Qaiser Shahzad, Muhammad Ismail, Muhammad Younis, Masoodur-Rehman Khattak, Mr. Inam Ullah Jan, Mirza Furqan Shakil, Syed Mansoor Ali Shah.
Dr. Maula Dad, Head of the Agha Khan Development Center welcomed the delegation and gave a detailed briefing. The delegation visited in different places and areas of the center. He told that the Center has been rendering it services toward social media in general and students in particular. Agha Khan Network has set up primary schools, children’s reading projects and established more than 60 Libraries across the country. He said that Agha Khan serves all sections of people and community. He informed the spiritual relationship of Ismaili community with Agha Khan.
Acting President, IIUI Dr. Muhammad Bashir Khan thanked for their warm welcome and briefing. He appreciated the role of Aga Khan network for providing their services in the remote area of Gilgit Baltistan.
Visit of Carghah Valley
The valley is located on the road to Basin, tourists from all over the world come to Gilgit-Baltistan to visit this valley. A Budha Statute had been built on Tibeteen style on a high rock by the Buddhist and historically reported it was inscribed in fourth or fifth century. It is said that the rulers of Kashmir and a group people came to teach and learn Buddhism. This Buddhist Gandharara is quite different from the architecture of civilization and is also a rock-maker in such a Buddhist era.