IDPs will not be allowed in Sindh: Khuhro


NAUNDERO: Sindh Education Minister Nisar Ahmed Khuhro distributed here as many 1481 offer & appointment letters among primary school teachers of junior school teachers at Naundero House Saturday evening.

While talking to Media later, Khuhro claimed that with the appointment of 20,000 teachers, 3,000 closed schools would be reopened for which he requested the civil society, media and others to extend help and monitor their presence and attendance.

Khuhro further claimed that all the offer & appointment letters have been issued on merit to those candidates who cleared NTS test recently. As many as 770 PST candidates belonged to Larkana district, 333 to Kambar-Shahdadkot district and 178 JSTs belonged to Larkana and 81 belonged to Kambar-Shahdadkot district. The 119 JST candidates who were left behind previously were also given appointment letters.

Khuhro further demanded that Punjab Chief Minister had made his law minister Rana Sanaullah scapegoat and demanded that Shahbaz Sharif should himself resign and then appear before the probing judicial commission and added that if he was cleared by the commission of the allegations being levelled against him, then he can rejoin.

Khuhro said that IDPs from Waziristan would not neither be allowed to enter Sindh nor would be allowed to stay here because Sindh itself was under the wave of terrorism and their entry here would create problems.

He said the IDPs would be properly checked at all the entry point border lines. He said that Sindh now cannot bear the load of outsiders anymore and now it is the turn of elder brother Punjab to house these internally displaced persons.

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