Performance of PPP govt: Primary school functioning under trees shade

October 10, 2014 Off By Web Desk

NAUNDERO: A government primary school located in Union Council Akil, hometown of Sindh Senior Minister for Education, Nisar Khuhro, is functioning under the shade of trees since 1983. This also shows how Pakistan People’s Party government is functioning since over two decades.

As many as 65 male and female students are enrolled in the school. A visit to this school on Saturday morning by this Scribe showed that the little students having books and plates in their hands were busy in studying under the thick shade of tree just adjacent to the shrine of Anal-Haq in village Wazir Puhlpota.

There was only one primary teacher, Nawab Ali Kumbhar, who was imparting education to students. Kumbhar told PPI that over 65 students are enrolled from primary classes 1 to 5 in this school. They belong to nearby villages which include Paroo Bhutto, Wandh Sajan Agani, Saeen Rakhyo Bhutto and Wazir Phulpoto.

He said that the head master Jinsar Ali Kumbhar expired few days ago who had raised six pillars of the school by properly utilizing SMC funds some five years ago and since then he wrote many applications to the notables of the area and sent several letters to higher government authorities for constructing roof of the school but nothing was done in his lifetime due to which the little kids are forced to study under open sky.

He said that now winter season is approaching fast and it will be almost impossible for these minor boys and girls to get education in the cold under the shade of a tree or even under open sky. The students informed that annually Education Supervisor Muhammad Khuhro is taking their examinations but he has also done nothing for them to provide roof to the school so that they can study in an congenial atmosphere like other students in the country.

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