A remote Pakistani village in Punjab ‘Rasool Pur’ has not had even one crime case registered in past hundred years. It has created a version for a really perfect civilization for the whole world. Rasool Pur is now a champion of 100% literacy rate and 0% crime rate. This village celebrated the International Literacy Day on 8th September. Village people congratulated every college instructors for their part in this huge achievement.
Pakistani Village Rasool Pur has a population of 2000-3000 people, with maximum citizens being ethnic Ahmadani Baloch. Their ancestors migrated from Pakistan’s Balochistan province to the district of Southern Punjab in 1933-34.
The village has 1 primary school and 2 high schools. And the nearest university is 5-6 miles away in the township of Jampur city. The number of giirls students are 300 in one high school. And the number of students in boys high school is approximately the same. No one in this village has permission to be a part of society unless they have finished high school.
Rasool Pur Development Society is the village’s own league for collecting donations for the ones that cannot afford schooling. Moreover, Nobody in this village drops out of school.
Meanwhile, a 100% literacy rate isn’t the only achievement of the village. The police station of this village has not registered a single criminal case within the last 100 years. It shows just how much care every one has for one another. They have strong connection between one another. And not one person tries to break any law.
The Punjab government has allocated PKR34.6 billion ($203.5 million) for education sector during 2020-21. It includes 29 new and 110 ongoing development projects in the education sector. Similarly, the literacy rate of the total population in Pakistan was recorded 60% in 2019-20 since 2014-15.