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Ghazni private school owners, teachers want schools reopened

Ghazni private school owners, teachers want schools reopened

Jun 06, 2020 - 18:47

 

GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): Tens of teachers and owners of private schools in southern Ghazni province on Saturday staged a protest and demanded reopening of private educational institutions in the province.

The protest comes at a time when government extended closure of public and private educational institutions for another three months in the country due to the spread of coronavirus.

Nasrat Sultanzoy, head of the Private Schools Association, said they submitted a strategy regarding resuming educationinfo-icon in the province to the Education Department and the Ministry.

He demanded re-opening of schools online or under strict pre-cautionary healthinfo-icon measures.

Sultanzoay said private schools owners in Ghazni suffered huge losses and if the schools remained close they will suffer more losses.

Mohammad Baqir Mudabir, in charge of a private school, said they paid the rent for the school building from the past three months, adding that they will not be able to pay more money in rent if the schools continued to remain close.

Education Director Mohibullah Ansari said that local officials could not take decisions by their own until orders are issued from the ministry.

He said they shared the problems faced by schools owners and students in the province with the centre and they will let everyone know about their decision.

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