DCO visits Govt. special education centre

Sialkot: District Coordination Officer DCO Sialkot Iftikhar Ali Sahu visited the Govt. Special Education Centre Daska on Sunday in Daska city here. He expressed grave concern over nasty incident in which some unknown had set ablaze the two buses of this institution by some unknown accused a week ago.

DCO directed the Assistant Commissioner Daska Ch. Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhoon to ensure the early arrest of the accused, besides, registering a case against the accused, in this regard.

On the other hand, the Daska City police still remain clueless about the nasty incident of fire, in which two buses were gutted, while, standing at the Govt. Special Education Centre Daska by unknown accused a week ago in Daska city here.

Reportedly, the two buses, meant for transportation of the special children studying there, were parked at the ground of the Govt. Special Education Centre Daska on Sunday, when they sudden caught fire and gutted there with bangs. The security guard of the Govt.

Special Education Centre Daska on Sunday was absent from his duties, on that time, when the said buses caught fire and were total gutted in high flames of fire. The worth of the burnt buses was stated to be about Rs. 3 million.

Now, the special students, studying there, have been suffering from great ordeal in reaching there, as they have to travel the other vehicles for reaching there to get education for the last one week. The parents of the special students have urged the Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif to look into the matter in the larger interest of the local special children, in this regard.

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