Pak-Turk Schools react to baseless claims


Date posted: March 12, 2014

 

PAKISTAN

Turkish Schools in Pakistan reacted to the recent claims that the schools will be nationalized. “The claims are entirely baseless without any merit,” the schools’ officials said.

Here is the full statement:

“Due to misinterpretations or malicious intentions, baseless claims that our schools will be nationalized and come “under the state’s guarantee” are circulating on Twitter. Pak-Turk schools are continuing their educational efforts in compliance with the law and enjoying immense acceptance among the Pakistanis. We demand that these fabricated news reports disturbing our students and parents are soon corrected. We denounce such malicious fabrications.”

Published [in Turkish] on Samanyolu Haber, 7 March 2014, Friday

Source: HizmetMovement.com , March 12, 2014


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