September 23, 2014

 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

 

Teachers protest against rationalisation policy

The Teachers from various parts of the province staged protest outside the office of District Education Officer and asked the Government to end the rationalization policy forthwith.

Complete Story: http://e.thenews.com.pk/pindi/9-23-2014/page3.asp

 

Govt to reply on minority student’s quota case

The Peshawar High Court has directed the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government to ensure the allotment of quota seats for adherents of minority religions in medical institutions is at par with other provinces. The order was issued by a bench comprising Justice Yahya Afridi and Justice Musarrat Hilali. The court learnt the government is not following the order given to allot seats to minority students in medical colleges. The bench was informed by Mian Mohibullah Kakakhel, counsel for student Ansa Anam, that his client submitted an application to Khyber Medical College (KMC) for an MBBS degree. Kakakhel stated the name of his client was 13th on the merit list for minorities but did not get selected.

Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/765883/positive-discrimination-govt-to-reply-on-minority-students-quota-case/

 

Govt urged to stop teachers’ posting on political grounds

All Teachers Association Monday deplored political interference in education department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and urged PTI-led KP government to take notice of violation of merit in posting and transfers of teachers on political grounds. In a meeting of the association held here at Government Higher Secondary School No 2 with its president Muhammad Yaqoob Babar in the chair called upon the concerned authorities of provincial education department to take solid measures for resolving their problems which have been pending for many years. The members of association said politics had penetrated in the education department of the district and the concerned authorities were flagrantly violating merit and transferred teachers on political basis.

Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=253055

 

Nine years after 2005 earthquake, Nathiagali high school still a mess

Winter is about to set in and snow will soon blanket the entire valley of Galiyat. However, in the absence of school buildings, hundreds of students at government institutes will again be forced to study without adequate shelters or just under the cold sky. Government High School (GHS) for Boys, Nathiagali is among several of the educational institutions yet to be reconstructed even nine years after the catastrophic earthquake of 2005.

Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/765873/a-state-of-disrepair-nine-years-after-2005-earthquake-nathiagali-high-school-still-a-mess/

 

Protest against illegal occupation of school hostel

Government employees, teachers and students on Monday held separate demonstrations in Lakki and Naurang towns to protest illegal occupation of a school hostel and delay in arrest of the killers of a Class-IV employee and attackers of a teacher. In Lakki city, the all government employees` coordination council took out a rally from government centennial model high school, which converged at Kargil chowk after passing through old kachery road. The council`s president Saeed Akhtar, general secretary Haji Anwar Kamal and other employees` leaders led the rally. The protesters carried banners and placards inscribed with their demands.

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Punjab

 

Education Minister takes notice of fire incident

Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan has taken strict notice of the incident of fire due to shot-circuit of electricity in the basement of Government Central Model School, Retigon Road, Lahore. The Minister has called for immediate report from EDO Education Lahore in this regard.

Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/national/22-Sep-2014/education-minister-takes-notice-of-fire-incident

 

Education meeting

Participants in a meeting Monday discussed prospects of achieving Education for All (EFA) goals by the end of 2015, including 86pc literacy and 100pc primary education, and expressed concerns over slow progress in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and EFA targets. According to a press release, the meeting of The Literacy Forum (TLF) was held at the Committee Room of National Commission for Human Development (NCHD). Among others who attended the meeting included Ms Shaheen Attiq-ur-Reehman, Fawad Usman and M Saleem Khan.

Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-5-274390-Education-meeting

 

Minister stresses improving tax-to-GDP ratio

Minister of State for Education and Training Mian Baleegh-ur-Rehman on Monday said development, growth and prosperity required continuity in policies which had been never been the case in Pakistan. The minister stressed the need for devising a minimum standard of curriculum and qualitative research in the field of primary education on the gap in public and private sector schools and the factors that attracted students towards private schools in Multan and Bahawalpur.

Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-2-274505-BAHAWALPUR-City-News

 

900 HED workers unpaid

Around 900 contract employees of Punjab Higher Education Department (HED) serving in the Commerce Stream, who were earlier part of Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (Tevta), have not received their salaries for the month of August so far owing to lack of coordination among the departments concerned. The delay has been causing panic among the employees in the wake of ever growing inflation, inability to pay utility bills and approaching Eid-ul-Azha. Sources in HED said the delay was because of the confusion between Tevta and the Finance Department Punjab over mode of payment to these contract employees who some years back were part of Tevta.

Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-5-274382-900-HED-workers-unpaid

 

Schoolboy commits suicide

A ninth class student committed suicide in Jaranwala on Monday after being expelled from school for not wearing the uniform. According to Jaranwala City police, 16-year-old Zahid Iqbal, a resident of Chak 632-GB, was a student of Government Islamia High School City. “He was expelled from school by the administration for not wearing the school uniform,” police said. Iqbal returned home and swallowed poisonous pills.

Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/765781/tragic-end-schoolboy-commits-suicide/

 

PU high-level committee to monitor admissions

A high level committee of the Punjab University, headed by Dean Prof Dr. Liaqat Ali, will monitor the overall process of admission to various graduate and postgraduate courses. Varsity sources told APP here Sunday that Vice Chancellor Dr. Mujahid Kamran has re-constituted the admission committee comprising all deans, heads of the teaching departments and principals of the constituents colleges and institutes.

Complete Story: http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/punjab/22-Sep-2014/pu-high-level-committee-to-monitor-admissions

 

Balochistan

 

Working hard to provide peaceful environment for education

Chairman of Provincial Election Committee of Pashtun Student Federation Rafi ullah Kakar, during his visit to Agriculture College, said that student need to increase the pace of their work for the development of Education.

Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/09-23-2014/quetta/page2.asp

 

 

Islamabad

 

EYA to strengthen emerging youth movement for global education

Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA) in collaboration with A World at School (AWAS) and Open Society Foundation (OSF) is extremely pleased to launch the Education Youth Ambassadors (EYA) Programme in Pakistan. The EYA program aims to build on and strengthen the emerging youth movement for global education. It forms a network of young people campaigning in their schools and communities in Pakistan for action to get all children into school and learning. Currently, nearly 50 ambassadors have been selected in Pakistan by the A World at School team. Since this mission has now been delegated to ITA, ITA will be the platform for selection of 500 EYAs in Pakistan. This Launch was attended by renowned education advocates and members of the parliament. Mr. Uzair Khan, member of youth parliamentarians’ forum addressed the audience as a keynote speaker and spoke of the urgent need for action of youth in education. Mr. Mosharraf Zaidi, campaign director of Alif Ailaan, also said a few words on the education emergency Pakistan was facing and the expectations from the youth to deliver.

Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/765774/education-youth-ambassadors-programme-launched-to-promote-education/

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US higher education opportunities showcased at USEFP Back to School Fair

The United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) and Education USA organized a “Back to School” fair in Islamabad on Sunday to provide Pakistani students an opportunity meet alumni from over 30 U.S. colleges and universities. U.S. Embassy staff members representing their U.S. colleges and universities answered students’ questions about studying in the U.S., including the application process, campus life in America, and how to get apply for a student visa.

Complete Story: http://www.thenewstribe.com/2014/09/22/u-s-higher-education-opportunities-showcased-at-usefp-back-to-school-fair/

 

Training session for schoolteachers under way

A three-day training session for teachers of the capital’s schools was launched on Monday. According to a press release, “Broad Class—Listen to Learn” is an interactive radio instruction programme wherein 850 teachers working under the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) will be trained. The training would help instructors in implementation of the programme in classrooms through radio lessons. The programme will benefit more than 1,100 heads and teachers, approximately 39,000 children and 6,900 members of parent teachers associations and community members.

Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/765776/radio-lessons-training-session-for-schoolteachers-under-way/

 

Remaining 8 educational institutions to open soon

The remaining eight educational institutions closed down due to the housing of police personnel would be opened soon in the federal capital. An official of Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) while talking to APP on Monday said, “The Interior Ministry is making alternative arrangements to stationed police officials performing duties in the capital for the security of PTI and PAT protesters.” He said the police officials were allowed to stay in the federal educational institutions due to annual summer holidays. As many as 8 schools and colleges are still occupied by the police and educational activities are suspended in these institutions.

Complete Story: http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/islamabad/23-Sep-2014/remaining-8-educational-institutions-to-open-soon

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http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2014/09/23/city/islamabad/get-back-to-school-kids-cops-have-had-enough-lessons/

 

Interior secretary, IGP issued show-cause notices for not vacating schools

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday issued show-cause notices to the interior secretary and inspector general of police (IGP) Islamabad for not getting 16 schools vacated from policemen called from different districts for security duty. When the court asked Deputy Commissioner Mujahid Sherdil about the hurdles in vacating the schools despite orders, he said he had conveyed the court orders to the secretary and IGP. On this, the court directed thatthe secretary and IGP be issued show-cause notices. They were also directed to file affidavits within four days.

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Schools in rural area of Islamabad face shortage of teachers

Education remains a neglected sector in the rural area of Islamabad as majority of schools there are facing shortage of teaching staff. There are 275 schools in the rural part of Islamabad but almost all of them are facing not only the shortage of teachers but also furniture. A senior official of the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE), wishing not to be named, told Dawn that there were three major reasons for the sorry state of affairs of the rural area schools. `First, senior officers are not taking interest in improving the education standards and always focus on the urban areas. Secondly, teachers are reluctant to join schools in the far-flung areas, and thirdly, there is an overall shortage of teachers in the FDE,` he said.

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Capital colleges: BA, BSc results paint gloomy picture 

The academic standing of Islamabad Capital Territory’s (ICT) colleges is witnessing a decline as reflected from their recently released results wherein the overall pass percentage was 42 compared to last year’s 53 per cent. Over half of the students of ICT colleges have failed in their BA, BSc part-II examinations which were announced on September 18. Prior to the colleges’ affiliation with Quaid-e-Azam University, all ICT colleges were being run in line with the policies and curriculum of Punjab University. In total, 3,942 students appeared in the examinations but only 1,656 (42 per cent) were declared successful while around 2,286 (57 per cent) flunked in various subjects. Around 77 per cent of students failed in the Bachelor of Commerce; 49 per cent in Bachelor of Arts and 57 per cent in Bachelor of Science.

Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/765769/capital-colleges-ba-bsc-results-paint-gloomy-picture/

 

AJK/GB/FATA

 

Students of Vocational Institute protest against administration

As Principal of Vocational Institute didn’t send the fees of 94 students to the relevant Board for Examination, the future of students is in danger and students protested against the administration in Muzzafrabad.

Complete Story: http://e.dunya.com.pk/detail.php?date=2014-09-23&edition=ISL&id=1298556_67542066

 

Sindh

 

Teachers protest

Teachers observed a token hunger strike for five hours in front of the local press club on Monday on a call given by the Mehran Teachers Association Sindh. The association`s provincial leaders, Shamsuddin Soho and Ali Hyder Chandio, led the protest. Their demands included removal of all subject teachers promoted through another cadre or ex-cadre, establishment of a teachers colony in every district, appointment of all primary teachers in grade 16 and formation of a committee which should meet after every three months to consider promotions.

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Governor`s assurances to KU teachers

Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad met a delegation comprising teachers, the vice chancellor and the registrar of Karachi University on Monday at Governor House and listened to their grievances regarding the recent murder of Prof Shakeel Auj. The governor, sources said, assured teachers that reasonable compensation would be paid to the family of the late professor and efforts would be made to arrest the culprits as soon as possible.`He also gave the assurance that the government would give a residential plot to the family of the deceased professor,` said Mohammad Moiz Khan representing the Karachi University Teachers Society. The governor also accepted the teachers` request that security cameras should be installed the campus and on University Road, he added.

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Ghost Schools have put the Education of Thousands of Children at Risk

Many schools are closed in Tando Bago, district Badin. Schools in villages Khadahro, Shadi Large, Wihnai and many others are closed, since last many years. Teachers are busy into their personal chores and have never visited to schools, but, are getting their salaries at their homes. Closed Schools of many villages in taluka Tando Bago have put education of thousands of children are at risk. Education Department is still in deep slumber. Villagers said, they know which teachers are appointed in their schools, but, they are not coming to teach our children, because, they are backed up by officers from education department.  In many villages, young boys are appointed as teachers who are collectively paid by the villagers. Villagers of village Fazul Jamali demanded to provide them school building, as; their children are getting education in thatched houses in the village.

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School is without Teacher

Primary School village Mohammad Khan Magheri, Shaheed Benazirabad does not have teacher since last two months. Two months ago teacher retired, since, then no teacher has been appointed. Education of above hundred children is destroying. Villagers Abdul Rasheed and Dhani Bux demanded to appoint a teacher in our school and save future of our children.

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Schools of Lakhi Ghulam Shah Suffer from Basic Facilities

Middle, Primary, Girls and High Schools are lacking basic facilities. As, shortage of furniture, drinking water and fans have badly disturbed the education of children. Local administration have taken roofing fans to their home and School Management Funds have used for their personal needs. On the other hand, citizens of Lakhi Ghulam Shah, district Shikarpur have conducted large meeting to discuss the issues of schools and chalk out plan to resolve all these issues schools are facing to smoothly continue the education of children:

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Education is destroying in Sanghar due to closure of Schools

Mostly schools have been turned into Otaqs of landlords in Sanghar. Education of thousands of children is destroying. Schools buildings are collapsing now. If, these school buildings would not be repaired, countable damage can be happened to students and teachers. Citizens of the Sanghar have displayed grave concerns over the situation. They have demanded from the higher authorities to take notice of the closed schools to reopen them for the continuation of education in the district.

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Protest conducted for the Implementation of approved demands

All Primary Teachers Association conducted protest for the implementation of their approved demands in Badin. They demanded to solve their issues like difference bill, time scale and to enter service books according to salaries and regularize teachers appointed in 2008 and get confirmation from the ARSU etc. Representatives of P T Alif Mr Mohammad Wahdani, Mr Gul Mohammad Memon, and Mr Khalid Rustamani warn, if their issues were not solved on the priority basis, they would launch the movement for the resolution of these issues across the district Badin. 

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Institution for providing Skill Development Education Announced

Chief Executive of Engro Company Mr Sham Udin Shaikh Along with team of experts reached to Malani house in Mithi to discuss with Dr Mahesh Malani who is MPA and member of board Engro Sahol. Mr Shams Udin Shaikh informed him about the work in progress. He announced that Technical College for providing skill development trainings to local youth would be established. These skills development trainings would be utilized for coal project in Thar. He further said that Coal Project would be provided skilled staff from the local area.

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Students Protested for the Resolution of issues of Shahed Banazir Bhutto Law College Larkana.

Students protest was observed at press club Larkana against the increasing of admission fees. As, admission fees are increased, without, any reason, which is the injustice with the poor students, added Zulifqar Mirani. Students demanded for the investigation of funds and solution of the students’ legal problems. They promised to continue their protest till the termination of the Principal Mr Shahid Qureshi.

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Primary School faces shortage of Teachers and basic facilities disturbing the education

Boys’ Primary School, village Haji Shah Muhammad Tamrani, district Khairpur Mirs Lacks basic facilities, causing disturbance of education in the school. Due to non-availability of basic facilities, teachers and students are worried. Three hundred students are taught by five teachers only. The villagers demanded from the high authorities to provide them basic facilities and recruitment of more teachers in the school.

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Students worried over the non-availability of basic facilities at High School

Teachers and students of Government High School Serani are worried for the basic facilities to be provided to school. Due to shortage of teachers academic process is affected, says Head Master. The parents protested for the solutions of issues students are facing at school.  Basically, 14 teachers are appointed, but, only seven teachers are teaching five hundred students. There is also issue of electricity, as electricity polls of the school have been fallen down in the past heavy rains which have not been repaired yet. Students do not have computer facility. The headmaster of the school, Noor Muhammad Chandio said that, due to shortage of teachers, the academic process has been affected. Parents of the students and social activists, Muhammad Qasim Mallah, Rasool Bux Pasio, Akash Mallah, and Rajib Ali demanded from the higher authorities to take notice of it to solve the issues on the priority basis.

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Allocation of 10% funds for Education and strengthening of School Management Committees Demanded

A seminar was organized under the title Suggestions for Education Policy by the World Vision International and Awal Taleem Athad in khairpur Mirs. Speakers demanded 10% increase into education budget. They said properly utilization of the fund can develop the education overall. They also said that political interference and corruption has spoiled the concept of SMC. Large numbers of people participated into this seminar. On that occasion, DEO Quality assurance, Professor Ghulam Qadir phulpoto, Shujat Ahmed siddiqui, Mazhar udin Shaikh, IRD, Naveed Khayal, IRC and Ghulam Abid Talpur, spoke.

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Sindh High Court issued Notice to Secretary Education and DEO Khairpur Mirs

Sindh High Court summoned Secretary Education and DEO Khairpur Mirs while hearing the application of teachers. Court demanded reply from Sindh Government. High Court issued notice to Secretary Education and DEO Khairpur for the matter. Hearing of the case was held at the court and two bench justices Mr Athar Rizwi and Justice Mr Aziz ul Rahman heard the application.  Advocate of the petitioner, Mr Ghulam Farooque, along with twelve other petitioners, presented a view in the court, that the petitioners had passed commission examination in 2012, they, were offered jobs, but, they are not given their salaries. He added that teachers are performing their duty with punctuality; they must be given their salaries.

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Bachelors Exams started at Agriculture University Tando Jam

Examination of Bachelors Degree Program of different faculties of Agriculture University Tando Jam and Z A Bhutto Agriculture College have been started. Regular examination 2013, from first year BSc, BA, DVM and IT have been started. Complete disciplinary steps have been taken so far. Vice Chancellor, DR Mujeeb uddin Sahrai visited the faculties and asked questions from the students. On that occasion, he said, fair and transparent steps must be taken for the examination. He said that, teachers and students can jointly play a role in the development of education.

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Students agitated for the registration of Asifa Dental College

Students of Asifa Dental College Larkana protested for the registration of college and announced boycott of the classes. Students continued their protest for the 25th days before OPD and continued their boycott of the classes in the entire university. On that occasion, Kashif Shar, Zain Khaskheli, Ghulam Hussain Gamb, Ahsan Pitafi and others said that, they would continue their hunger strike till the registration of college. They condemned Vice Chancellor’s mental harassment to the students and demand for written apologize from him. They said that, it is injustice with the students.

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A meeting of All Sindh Primary Teachers Association held in wapda colony Jamshoro

In a meeting held by All Sindh Primary Teachers Association working committee held in government boys primary school wapda colony to elect new body for the election committee. Mr Manthar Ali was elected as chairman of election committee, Mr Muhammad Bux Mir Jat as vice chairman and Fazul hussain Pirzado as secretary  were elected.

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National Accountability Bauru summoned the education clerks involved in corruption

In an investigation, Three clerks Karimbux , Bakht jageerani,  Nazir and Head Master in education department Qambar including Mumtaz Mirani taluka president  Primary Teachers Association ShadadKotand his brother ADOE Faiz Muhammad Mirani was called by the NAB to be investigated. In case of failing to present themselves before the NAB they will be charged penalty according to the NAO 1999. Mumtaz Mirani was being investigated by NAB in the corruption case of 57 lac rupees. 430 IDs were closed by the AG Sindh which had been opened by the treasury department in illegal appointments. The said persons were involved in a corruption of plundering the GP funds of net amount around 57 lac rupees, however; against that there is a wide ranges protest is being held by the Primary Teachers Association.

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An Old Primary & Elementary School Building Collapsed

Parents and children are frightened due to the ruined school building which has disturbed the education of approximately four hundred students. The school had been visited only once by Pir Mazhar ul Haq which was at alarming condition in 2008 and he had promised for repairing the building, but, that is not done as yet. It is reported that director bureau of curriculum said repairing of the building is come under the responsibility of provincial government and funds are not been provided locally so for that the building could not be repaired yet. Regarding that, parents Irshad Ali,Abdullah Shaikh and others said that the building must be repaired soon as the life of our children be secured. On the other hand, president of the Khairpur Shehri Ittehad, Ghulam Hussain, FatehRaza Muhammad Durani and others demanded from prime minister of Sindh amalgamation of P.C school into District government as it could be repaired.

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Surprised visits made to Schools by Deputy Commissioner

Deputy commissioner Khairpur Mirs inspected different schools and hospital in village Abad Bhutto, district Khairpur Mirs and he took notice against three teachers Ikhtiar Dayo, Abdul Sattar Bhutto and Karam Ali who were absent during the visit of DC. He said legal action should be taken against the absent teachers and doctors.

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Teachers conducted rally for confirmation of their jobs in Khairpur.

Teachers conducted rally from Chatri chowk to DC office in Khairpur Mirs. Rally was led by Mumtaz Ali Arejo, Talib Hussain Mallah, BachhalShar and others. While talking to the media, they said that they have been teaching since last 3 years, in spite of that, they have not been confirmed yet. They further said that, our salaries are banned since last six months which has compelled us to face hardships. They demanded from Chief Minister of Sindh Mr Sayed Qaim Ali Shah to confirm their jobs and issue their salaries.

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Anti-corruption team found corruption and Illegal Appointments in Tando Mohammad Khan.

Pir Jan Sirhandi, social activist of Tando Mohammad Khan while in a meeting at Press Club Tando Muhammad Khan said that the corruption in education department has touched the sky; so, there should be check and balance in the department of education of Sindh. He further said that only the poor are arrested, while, big guns are fully secured. He told that in 2011 there were 36 illegal appointments, but, only four clerks were arrested. On the other hand, one head master of school has four charges at the same time under the supervision Ex-EDO and MPA. He further said I have proofs and I will summit in the court soon against the kings of corruption.

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The civil Society showed Concerns on current the Worst Education Situation

In a meeting which was called upon by all parties held in Qambar where JSQM, STP, PPP, JUI, AJP and other participated. Addressing the meeting they showed that hundreds of schools are closed due to negligence of education department which has left hundreds of school going age children are wondering; however many times we approached for restoration of education, but, no one among the education department paid attention. On the occasion, Rahim Mangi, Nazeer Ahmen Tunyo, Mumtaz Lakho, Shahbaz Shaikh and others said that political leaders and representatives are not paying attention towards education. They further said that the children of the rich are studying abroad or in private schools but the poor has to study in government schools. The corrupt officers are appointed here who are the enemies of the area. They demanded.

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