Saturday, October 3, 2015

Private school owners in Peshawar refuse to attend meeting

PESHAWAR: The proprietors of non-public schools declined to go to a meeting gathered by the locale organization on Monday to examine the issue of swelled charges. The region organization had assembled the conference of the considerable number of partners to examine the issue.

In any case, Deputy Commissioner Riaz Mehsud, why should gathered seat the meeting, couldn't achieve the venue even one and half hour behind the timetable. This incited the school proprietors to leave the meeting and serenade trademarks against him.

The walkout changed over into a complete blacklist of the meeting, when Additional Deputy Commissioner Osama Warraich attempted to press the proprietors to apologize to the representative chief for droning mottos against him.

Tuition based schools Association President Aqeel Razzaq, who was driving the designation, said the region organization was not the proper gathering to talk about the matter, but rather notwithstanding that they turned up.He said they were continued sitting tight for a considerable length of time. A few folks present on the event droned mottos against the proprietors of non-public school while others censured the delegate official for neglecting to appear.

The agent chief, in any case, led a meeting went to by folks and authorities of the area organization. He said that the locale organization had gotten various grumblings against the tuition based schools for fleecing folks with extreme charges for the most part for the sake of security, particularly after the sad episode of Army Public School.

The authority said the region organization would work out standard working techniques for the schools to settle educational cost expenses and different charges. He said that a board involving every one of the partners would be framed under the area nazim to keep a beware of non-public schools.

The folks griped about cheating by the schools regardless of low quality of training and absence of offices.