Awami Workers Party and Progressive Youth Front GB disapproved the current policies of AKSE, P and demanded to restore the terminated mentor of AKHSS Ghakuch
Reporter: Syed Asad Hasan
Gilgit, April 05 (Sost Today): Awami Workers Party and Progressive Youth Front Gilgit-Baltistan met up in a local hotel here in Gilgit.
The policies of Aga Khan Education Service were strongly criticized in the meeting and declared it as an anti teachers policy. They believed that the administration of AKES is terminating mentors without any reason; they are humiliating the status of Prince Karim Aga Khan, whose services for humanity across the Globe is not concealed from any one.
Discussing the matter they expressed their regards to the terminated teacher and said that the ex-administration of AKES had terminated the teachers who had worked for long for long time with AKES, without giving any remuneration but Prince Karim Aga Khan restored the sufferers with great respect. They said administration has created displeasure among community by terminating Dilawar Khan, A lecturer of AKHSS Ghakuch few days ago, and demanded the administration to restore him immediately
Speaking at the meet-up, the chief of Progressive Youth Baba Jan, Wajid, Anwar Begal, Inayat Abdali and Nasir Khan warned to launch a country wide protest against the dismissal of the lecturer, if they do not restore him immediately.
Ghizer Youth Congress and Ghizer Students Fedration had favored the decision to launch protest.
They appealed the human rights commission of Pakistan to take notice of issue.
It is also worth mentioning that student of Aga Khan Higher Secondary School Gahkoch had sit on protest throughout the night in school ground in favor of Dilawar Khan.
People from civil society, local organizations and students opened protest on the other day against the local administration in which they were chanting slogans to show their sympathy with the lecturer.
The protesters have said that they will continue protesting until terminated staffs are restored. The students have boycotted classes.
A negotiation was held between Administration and protesters but was failed.
Ghizer Youth Congress (GYC), Ghizer Student Federation (GSF) and Ghizer Graduate Association (GGA) have also expressed anger over the dismissal of the teachers.