Demand for opening of educational institutions from August 15
Lahore / Karachi: Private Schools Federation and Chairman All Sindh Private Schools and Colleges Association demanded immediate opening of schools from the government and said that the educational process of crores of children has been stopped.
According to the details, the Federation of Private Schools has issued a statement regarding the reopening of schools, in which it has been said that the government should reopen all the schools from August 15. If the government does not reopen the schools, the schools will reopen.
The statement said that the schools opening institutions should be given legal protection or a long march would be held. The private school federation is recording the protest from the press conference.
Kashif Mirza said that no government in history has been serious about education till date. What has been done with education in the name of Korona is very unfortunate. SOPs have been set up to open schools but the government is not serious.
In a press conference, he said that the government has banned 100 books, which are dangerous for the future of students.
Kashif Mirza demanded immediate resignation of Punjab Education Minister. If madrassas can take exams from children then why not the government. The government did not take exams for billions of rupees.
On the other hand, Chairman All Sindh Private Schools and Colleges Association Haider Ali also demanded immediate reopening of educational institutions and said that continuous closure of educational institutions is not acceptable, the educational process of crores of children has been stopped for six months. Millions of children have fallen victim to child labor.
He said that more than 20 million children are already out of school, it is difficult for child labor children to return to school, madrassa and university examinations can be opened with it, realizing the financial difficulties of private schools is the responsibility of the government. Is.
Haider Ali said that the Prime Minister of Pakistan and the National Coordinating Council should immediately announce the opening of educational institutions and a clear and unequivocal policy regarding educational institutions should be announced.