The All Pakistan Private Association has made the announcement that it would be reopening the private schools throughout the nation from the 15th of August.
On Monday, in a press conference the chairperson of the association said that the schools could no longer tolerate the expenses and if they remained shut any longer they are likely to get closed.
He also said that if the government did not allow them to reopen the schools they would then be starting a long march to the federal capital for staging their protest.
He also added that the date given by the government for the reopening of the schools is far too late and said that the losses experienced by the teachers and the students were getting worse with every passing day.
The association gave assurance that all the SOPs would be followed within the school premises.
COVID-19 cases are decreasing in Pakistan and its eventually time that the schools are reopened as said by the chairperson of the association.
Previously, the federal education minister Shafqat Mahmood said that the educational institutions throughout Pakistan would be permitted to reopen from the 15th of September.