Pakistan's private schools and madressahs warned of a long march and sit-ins.

The unions of Pakistan’s private schools and madressahs on Sunday cautioned of a long march and protests if all educational institutions were not authorized to reopen by September 15.

The media director and representative of the Wifaq-ul-Madaris Al-Arabia, Moulana Abdul Quddus Muhammadi, said the institutions were attempting to continue educational exercises in the nation.

Exams were held keeping in see the SOPs standard working procedures, Muhammadi noted, including that the education segment, as different parts, ought to be allowed to resume.

APPSCA President Kashif Mirza said some 84% of parents were currently in favour for opening schools, as per an overview. At the NCOC (National Command and Operations Center), the health ministry suggested restarting classes for young children, he clarified.

He included, the education institutions in colder regions have been shut for as long as 10 months and 85-day meeting was held over the past two years.

Mirza regretted how the legislature didn’t consider helping teachers the nation over through its much-promoted Ehsaas program. He warned, we won’t suffer any further delay in opening the educational institutions.

He said, we have an arrangement to make our long march a success, we have a Plan A, Plan B, and a Plan C also. We will make a proper declaration after the administration’s choice tomorrow.

Mirza stated, “We will hold protests until we get what we deserve.”

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