The All Pakistan Private School Association has announced the reopening of schools across the country from August 15.
In a press conference on Monday, the association chairperson said that the schools can no longer bear their expenses and if they remained closed for more they liked to get closed down.
He said that if the government did not let them open the schools, they will start a long march to Islamabad and stage a protest.
“The date given by the government to reopen schools is too late,” the chairperson said.
He further added that the losses faced by students and teachers were getting worse with each passing day.
The association assured that all SOPs will be followed at the school premises.
Coronavirus has come a decline in the country and its finally time that the schools are reopened, the chairperson added.
Earlier, Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mehmood said that Educational institutions across Pakistan will schools reopen from September 15.
“At the end of August, we’ll review the situation and decide on the matter.”
However, Mehmood said. “Schools are allowed to open their offices.”