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Private schools’ owners protest against Regulatory Authority

Private schools’ owners protest against Regulatory Authority
May 26, 2017

PESHAWAR, 26 May: Owners of private schools staged a protest demonstration against the Regulatory Authority Bill outside the Peshawar press club on Friday.

The protesters were of the view that the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government did not take them into confidence before drafting and approving the Regulatory Authority Bill.

They said that they have reservations over the legislation and demanded that the government should address them on priority basis.

They urged the government to amend the law and incorporate their recommendations otherwise large number of private schools would close down and thousands of teachers would become jobless.

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