Saeed Ghani, the Sindh Education Minister has warned against the early reopening of the schools in the province, as per the reports of local media.
The minister in a statement referred to the decision of the private schools association regarding the educational institutions as good as a challenge to the directives of the government.
He further said that the announcement made by the association about educational institutions reopening ignited an uncertainty among the parents and students. The minister asked the private schools to abide by the directives of the government regarding the reopening of the educational institutions in the province.
Previously, on the 21st of July the Senator Murtaza Wahab, the Sindh government spokesperson, had said that the provincial authorities had not taken any decision about the reopening of the schools on the 15th of August.
Murtaza Wahab had clarified in a press conference, that the provincial government would not be permitting the reopening of the schools from the 15th of August. It is important to mention that the private schools’ association had previously announced to start the educational activities in the schools from the 15th of August throughout the province.
The spokesperson had also said that the federal government should be monitoring the situation carefully over the growing concern of shortage of wheat.