Private Education Network facing big financial crisis: officials
PESHAWAR: Officials of Private Education Network on Thursday said they were facing a gigantic financial crisis because of suspension of classes amid COVID-19 pandemic situation.
They said the session of the private educational institutes annually started in April, which could not start because of lockdown the following year. They had talked to the relevant minister, advisor and assistant to prime minister on the issue, but to no avail, they added.
The officials of Private Education Network said that they had kept Rs25 billion with the Frontier Education Foundation. They said despite their repeated demands, the education sector was ignored.
They also warned that they had geared up for historical sit-in protest for fulfillment of their demands.