KARACHI: Sindh government spokesman Murtaza Wahab has said that no school will be opened in Sindh from August 15.
Sindh government spokesman Murtaza Wahab told a press conference that no school would be allowed to open in Sindh from August 15. The Private Schools Association had announced to open schools in the city from August 15.
He said that there should be no wheat crisis in Pakistan, the federation should seriously review the issue, the artificial wheat crisis is being created in the country, there is a crisis of 1.4 million metric tonnes throughout the year.
Murtaza Wahab said that if there is a vision of the government, the shortfall can be met very easily. The shortfall can be met by importing wheat. The federation is putting pressure on all the provinces to release wheat.
The Sindh government spokesman said that there were fears that wheat would not be smuggled out of Pakistan.
He said that this move would re-ignite the profiteering scandal. Instead of escalating the artificial wheat crisis, the federation should stop it. The food department has a hand in wheat. ۔
According to Murtaza Wahab, the shortfall of wheat is not due to the farmers, the shortfall of wheat is due to the hoarders.
On the other hand, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government announced the opening of educational institutions from September 15.
Kamran Bangash, Special Assistant to Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mehmood Khan for Information and Broadcasting, told a press conference that the provincial cabinet had decided to open educational institutions from September 15.
He said that all schools, colleges, universities and madrassas would be reopened from September 15 and the corona code would be strictly enforced in educational institutions.
He said that the educational institution which did not implement the code of conduct would be closed immediately.
It may be recalled that due to the coronavirus, the country’s educational institutions have been closed since March, which was earlier decided to be closed till July 15.