Private Schools Threaten To Go Against Govt If Schools Remain Shut
The President of the All Pakistan Private School Federation (APPSF), Kashif Mirza, on Thursday, warned that a long march would be made to Islamabad if schools are not reopened on 11 January as per the education ministers’ decision.
Mirza stated that if schools are not reopened as decided, the APPSF will march to Islamabad in protest.
He remarked that the spread of the coronavirus in the UK was not from schools and that educational institutes are open in Europe.
Mirza added that only 14 percent of students in Pakistan have access to the internet, which is an obstacle to the [online] education of thousands of students which is why it is crucial for schools to be reopened.
Courtesy: Pro Pakistani