Barzulla school stuck between risky building, dug up land
TARIQ ALI MIR
Srinagar, June 15: The administration seems to have been caught napping over the issue of working of Government Girls High School Barzulla operating from a rented building declared unsafe some four years back. This means all the 100 odd students and the staffers had a risk to their life, but no remedial measure was taken.
For now the custodians of the land have started digging at the site for construction, but the school people aren’t finding a place to shift.
From principal to Director School Education Kashmir(DSEK) everyone including the staffers are trying to find an alternative but in futility.
Sources said the school was declared unsafe and the then DSEK Shagufta Praveen was accordingly apprised about the issue.
The recently posted DSEK, Muhammad Shafi Rather while confirming the complaints said he was finding it difficult to get the school relocated at a short notice of 15 days. “But still I am trying my best,” he said..
Lastupdate on : Fri, 15 Jun 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 15 Jun 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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