Schools in Sindh Lack Water Facilities; Karachi Faces Sanitation Crisis
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Schools in Sindh Lack Water Facilities; Karachi Faces Sanitation Crisis

Schools in Sindh Lack Water Facilities

Sindh Education (SELD) Minister Syed Sardar Ali Shah revealed to the provincial assembly that approximately 14,000 public schools lack water supply facilities. He made this statement while responding to questions during the Sindh assembly’s session.

Minister Shah also highlighted that 38 primary schools in Karachi do not have toilets. He pointed out the issue of solar power systems being stolen from government-run premises. The government, he said, is working on building boundary walls, toilets, and water supply facilities in public schools.

Shah urged that all members of society participate in monitoring the performance of government schools to improve the academic future of the children. He emphasized the need for modern digital and cellular technologies to ensure the attendance of teachers. The minister also mentioned that the government takes action against public school teachers who are frequently absent.

Opposition leader Ali Khursheedi assured the assembly that the opposition will not politicize education issues and expressed their full support for the government’s efforts to provide quality education in schools.

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