Teacher’s Organization play role to achieve MDGs objectives

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LARKANA: The Secretary Education and Literacy Department Sindh Dr Fazallah Pechuho on Friday said that our country is faraway to achieve Millennium Development Goal (MGD) objectives in field of education field unless the teachers organization would not play their role bringing reforms and imparting quality education, he expressed his notions speaking with journalists at Larkana Press Club.
Mr. Pechuho stated that keeping in view of security issues after the Peshawar carnage, said that, concerned department is going to implement the standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the security of schoolchildren, added that teams of 10 parents each should visit the schools on alternate days to regulate the traffic and keep an eye out for any threats,” requested the education secretary. “Without help from the parents and schools administration, it would be impossible to manage the security of all the schools,” he said.
The secretary admitted, however, that they were facing severe shortage of resources when it came to security arrangements as most schools in rural Sindh did not even have boundary walls, CCTV and boundary walls will be ensured at all government and private schools for security and avoiding such incidents.
Fazallah Pechuho informed that high tech monitor system will be established at 5 district of Sindh among Larkana, Shaheed Benazirabad, Sukkur and other to address the issues relating to education besides Call Centers being set up Sindh to receive complaints and other information by SMS and calls.
Later Secretary Education visited the Knowledge center Larkana and met with students and teachers on the occasion.

Correspondent
LARKANA: 8 accused among three Police officials SHO, Head muhrar, Head Constable and 5 others were arrested by Police on allegedly stealing crude oil from the PARCO pipeline by screwing a clamp on it near village Ali Sher Khokhar in the jurisdiction of Dhamrah Police Station.
According to reports: on finding clue stealing of huge quantity of oil from PARCO Pipeline at village Ali Sher Khokhar, PARCO officials complained to SSP Larkana regarding the oil theft, on his directives, Mian Aijaz Ahmed PARCO official registered FIR at Dhamrah Police Station against the 11 accused for stealing crude oil from PARCO pipeline by drilling and screwing a clamp on it in the locality of village Ali Sher Khokhar in the jurisdiction of Dhamrah Police Station.
Police arrested the SHO Dhamrah Aamir Ali Shah, Head Constable Mir Hassan Gopang, Munshi Mazhar Ali Abro, two security guards of PARCO Bakhshal Khokhar, Naveed Khokhar and three others Ghulam Mustafa Chandio, Achar Gopang and Shahzado, three Police officials were detained at quarter ghat and rest of accused at Dhamrah Police Station, Police started further investigation.
SSP Larkana Kamran Nawaz told media that on the complaints of PARCO officials regarding the stealing of oil from pipeline, SSP visited the crime scene and found a clamp drilling in pipeline and directed the registration of case against the involved accused.