Saturday, August 27, 2016

Call for action against ghost teachers in Thar

MITHI: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz MNA from Thar and head of Pakistan Hindu Council, Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, has said he has encouraged the main clergyman to make reformatory move against authorities and educators who avoid from playing out their obligations in Thar towns.

A press proclamation issued to writers in Islamkot said that Dr Vankwani met Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah in Karachi on Saturday and asked for him to determine every endless issue of dry season hit Thar.

Dr Vankwani who was joined by delegates of Pakistan Hindu Council de­manded the central pastor make correctional move against all phantom authorities and instructors.

"Amid a visit to 32 schools in Islamkot and Mithi zones, I discovered just five schools working while the rest were lying shut because of nonappearance of educators," he said, and condemned that proficiency rate was quick dropping in Thar.

He said that he had a definite meeting with Mr Shah over the ceaseless issues of Thar and said that so far Sindh government had hopelessly neglected to give the exceptionally essential offices like wellbeing, instruction and drinking water to the bone-dry locale.

He proposed development of a board containing chose individuals, individuals from the common society and social activists to patch up training and wellbeing segments in Thar. Something else, the circumstance would encourage disturb, he cautioned.

He trusted the main clergyman would act admirably and keep his statement to transform Thar into a green zone as he had guaranteed amid his first discourse in Sindh Assembly in the wake of being chosen the CEO of the region.

He said that Hindus were the hardest hit by dry spells, so his association had chosen to recompense stipends to understudies for getting advanced education.