Friday, October 28, 2016

‘No ban on dance in schools’

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that move and music are vital parts of a liberal society and he keep on supporting such exercises and move is being made against any notice issued to boycott move in schools and those dependable will be reprimanded.

The main priest expressed this in an elucidation issued by him in regards to a report that showed up in a segment of the squeeze that the Sindh instruction office in a correspondence to the administration of tuition based schools had cautioned that the enrollment of the schools would be dissolved if move classes were not ceased.

The central pastor in the illumination said that the administration of Sindh solidly had confidence in safeguarding and advancing society and legacy as cherished in the constitution of Pakistan.

"It won't be directed by segregated fanatic components and won't permit its dynamic plan to be commandeered at any cost."

He said that the clergyman con­cerned had cat­egorically denied embracing such boycott and notice being taken rega­rding explanation erroneously ascribed to him.