APPSF rejects govt’s decision to open schools from 15th September

APPSF rejects govt’s decision to open schools from 15th September

APPSF rejects govt’s decision to open schools from 15th September

All Pakistan Private Schools Federation has denied the government’s decision to open schools from September 15.

Responding to the announcement of Shafqat Mahmood to open all educational institutions from mid-September. Kashif Mirza, president of the APPSF, has said that if the government does not allow them to open schools from August 15, they will do so anyway.

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A cell has set up to provide legal protection to owners opening institutions from the 15th of this month. He said APPSF would march towards Islamabad in case of any hindrance.

He further said that, under the strict standard operating procedures (SOPs), schools should be opened like other departments, adding that 75 million students across the country are deprived of their constitutional rights due to government rigidity.

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Earlier, the federal government announced September 15 as a tentative date for opening educational institutes across the country, leaving the final decision to the National Command and Operation Center based on the country's coronavirus situation.

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