PSMA delegation meets CPLC chief

KARACHI: Private Schools Management Association (PSMA) delegation visited Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) Office Sindh, Governor House, here on Thursday.

Khalid shah Chairman PSMA leading delegation met Chief CPLC Sindh Ahmed Chinoy and discussed their issues. Shah thanked Governor Sindh and Chief CPLC for taking notice of the issues.

He presented the list of problems to Chief CPLC which described the issues of security measures, increased government charges and demand of professional training.

Chinoy responded to all the complaints positively and assured PSMA chairman for the swift and fast resolution of the issues.

He further said that on the instructions of Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul Ibad Khan, CPLC Sindh was already working on the task to make the schools of province more safer and secure.

He also accepted the request of providing the training to overcome the security hazards for all the schools of province and said that professional CPLC members will train and assist the educators to overcome such situations.

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