20,000 schools in Sindh are without walls: MNA Alamgir Khan

At least 20,000 government schools in Sindh do not have outer boundary walls and other basic amenities, putting students’ lives at risk, said Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf MNA Alamgir Khan.

Addressing the National Assembly session on Tuesday, he said the education sector in Sindh has been collapsed as the provincial government was going to close some 5,000 schools in the province.

The Sindh government, he said failed in stopping illegal constructions in Karachi. Over 60,000 illegal commercial, residential and industrial buildings had been constructed in the provincial capital for the last few years, he added.

He demanded a probe into the matter of illegal construction in Karachi with the inclusion of those officials who were involved. He said despite remaining several times in power, the government of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) failed to deliver to the masses.

‘Mafia’ is ruling in the Sindh, there is no law and order across the province, people are being murdered in broad daylight, he said citing Nazim Jokhio murder case.

He said the performance of Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali is zero as over 14,000 people have been deprived of mobile and more than 200 bikes have been stolen in Karachi in a few days.

Sindh did not resolve the transport issues of the metropolis but the federal government taking cognizance of the situation decided to introduce electric buses in the city, he maintained.

He held responsible Sindh government for artificial inflation in the country, adding that the wheat worth Rs 7 billion was theft in Sindh.

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