KARACHI (92 News) – Registration of a private school on Thursday was suspended in Karachi for violating the orders of provincial government regarding school closure.
According to the reports, a private school situated in city’s area of Gulshan-e-Iqbal block 6 was sealed by the Director Private Institution Sindh during his surprise visits in the city.
The report has been sent to the Education Minister Saeed Ghani about the suspension of school’s registration. It may be noted that the Sindh government after consultation with all the stakeholders announced to close the educational institutes of the province till June 1.
The decision was taken in an emergency meeting of the Sindh cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, last week.
On the other hand, inter-provincial travel has been banned from today from and to Sindh
, the government has made a formal announcement on the matter.
According to the details garnered, intra-city bus travel has also been suspended in the province, buses, coaches, coasters and public transportation of all sorts has been told to remain off the roads.
Meanwhile, most government offices, schools, shopping malls, marriage halls and tuition centres remain closed across the province.
3 more virus cases reported in Karachi
Three more coronavirus cases have been reported in Karachi, said Meeran Yousuf, media coordinator for the Sindh health and population welfare minister.
According to Yousuf, there are now 211 cases in the province, of which 151 were reported from Sukkur, 59 from Karachi, and one from Hyderabad.
Since the emergence of the first coronavirus patient in late February, the Sindh government put in place preventive measures. Beginning with revising the academic year by preponing summer vacations, it then banned public gathering and set out to close down restaurants, gyms, social clubs etc.
The government also closed down all wedding lawns and halls across the province.