Minister says Pak-Turk schools won’t be closed down

A picture from annual middle section football tournament in PakTurk Main Campus, Lahore on 2nd May 2015.
A picture from annual middle section football tournament in PakTurk Main Campus, Lahore on 2nd May 2015.


Date posted: August 4, 2016

Staff Reporter

Karachi—Sindh Education minister Jam Mehtab Dhahar has assured a Turkish team Tuesday that Pak-Turkish schools will not be closed down in Sindh or anywhere in Pakistan. They gave the assurance to the visiting Turkish team during meeting in Karachi, with the Turkish officials, here on a tour.

“There is no order of closure of Pak-Turk Schools in Sindh as well as in Pakistan from Federal, provincial or Turkish Government,” the delegation was informed. It was also informed that all Pak-Turk Schools were functioning properly and educational activities were in full swing.

Source: Pakistan Observer , August 3, 2016


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