After being burnt by extremists, Gilgit Baltistan’s school to reopen for girls this week
Pakistani journalist, Mubashir Zaidi took to Twitter to inform about the school.
Authorities have started restoration work, including wall painting, at Brogi Girls School. The school was burnt to ashes by a group of unidentified extremists in the Darel area of district Diamer, Gilgit-Baltistan (GB).
Pakistani journalist, Mubashir Zaidi took to Twitter to inform about the school. He said that the paint work has already been initiated and all the work would be completed soon. The school is set to re-open on Friday, 11th of November.
According to details, unknown extremist men abducted the school’s security guard and burnt the school. The areas police started an investigation in this regard. Chief Secretary GB, Mohiyuddin Wani revealed that the act was committed on Tuesday after which, the security guard was kidnapped.
In addition to this, he also assured that justice would be served and it would be reminded that every girl has a right to education.
Moreover, Chief Secretary GB also told that Deputy Comissioner (DC), Comissioner, DIG, SSP of Diamer and Chillas have been given the task to safeguard the girls’ basic right to education.
Numerous parents and students also protested against the extremists who burnt the school down.
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