Punjab Government under pressure from All Pakistan Private Schools and Colleges Association

Punjab Government under pressure from All Pakistan Private Schools and Colleges Association

Punjab Government under pressure from All Pakistan Private Schools and Colleges Association

The All Pakistan Private Schools and Colleges Association has expressed a strong reaction to the appointment of a controversial figure to the post of Chief Executive Officer Education in Rawalpindi and has demanded the Punjab government immediately withdraw the decision to appoint Kashif Azam. The teachers' organizations and concerns of private educational institutions are yet to be addressed despite the aforementioned party sitting in front of the CEO’s office.

The Central President of the Association, Malik Abrar Hussain, says that the new government of Punjab has replaced the CEO Education District Rawalpindi Raja Amjad Iqbal and appointed Kashif Azam in his place. He has emerged as a controversial figure. This is the reason why six different organizations have set up a protest camp outside his office against his appointment and announced that he will not be allowed to take charge. These organizations include the Punjab Teachers Union, Punjab Educators Association, Punjab SES Association, All Pakistan Clerks Association, Punjab Subject Association and English Teachers Association.

In this regard, Malik Abrar Hussain says that the Punjab government should pay attention to the problems and demands of teachers and avoid appointing any controversial person. He said that an emergency meeting of the All Pakistan Private Schools and Colleges Association has been called and a strict and mutually delegated action plan will be presented very soon.

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