SPLA slams govt's indifferent attitude
KARACHI, Aug 25: The Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association (SPLA)
has expressed concern over the education department's indifference towards the
cases pertaining to educational institutions pending in courts.
its lack of interest, the department has recently lost the case of Delhi School
where 5,000 boys and girls are enrolled but deprived of education," SPLA leaders
Prof Riaz Ahsan, Prof Liaquat Aziz, Manzoor Hussain Chishti, Agha Khalid, Ayub
Mari and Athar Mirza said in a statement issued here on Friday. The owner of the
school building, they said, had locked the premises after winning the
In the past also, the department had lost several buildings to
their owners, the SPLA leaders said, and argued that the education department
could spend Rs6 million for hiring advocates to defend its ban on the teachers'
unions, but was not ready to spend a small sum to save these educational