CJP takes notice of attack on girls’ schools

SLAMABAD: The Chief Justice of Pakistan paid heed of the assault on no less than 12 girls schools in gilgit baltistan on Thursday night. Justice Saqib Nisar has ordered the administration and secretary interior to submit report with in 48 hours.

Somewhere in the range of 12 young ladies’ schools were assaulted in Chilas, around 130 kilometers from Gilgit-Baltistan on Thursday, police sources stated, including that the suspects were unidentified men who targetted instructive establishments crosswise over Diamer area of gilgit baltistan and harmed school property.

The aggressors likewise burnt a few things in the schools and set off blasts in two of the structures, as indicated by media reports. No less than 16 suspects have been captured regarding the assaults, the Gilgit-Baltistan government said on Saturday.

As per a nearby government representative, Faizullah Faraq, 16 suspects have been gathered together after strikes in the Tangir and Dariyal regions.

Overseer General G-B Sanaullah Abbasi disclosed to Geo News that local people are completely participating in the focused on activity. Moreover, boss pastor GB has requested the central secretary to ensure the schools demolished in the occurrence are in working condition in the following 15 days.

As indicated by a Faraq, the work will start in a couple of days with the schools to re-open in the most recent seven day stretch of August.

Care taker PM, Justice (retd) Nasir-ul-Mulk prior arranged important specialists to present a give an account of the assault on young ladies’ schools in Chilas.

Firmly denouncing the assault, PM Mulk said that those engaged with the occurrence will be considered responsible.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) boss Imran Khan additionally took to web based life to denounce the assault.

“Stunning and condemnable burning of schools in Gilgit-Baltistan, the greater part of them young ladies’ schools. This is inadmissible and we will guarantee security for schools as we are focused on concentrating on instruction, particularly young ladies’ training which is vital to Naya Pakistan,” he tweeted.

Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai additionally denounced the assault, focusing on that “each young lady and kid has the privilege to learn”.

“The fanatics have demonstrated what unnerves them most – a young lady with a book,” composed Yousafzai, herself’s identity, shot nearby two of her schoolmates by the Taliban back in October 2012 while on their way again from school in Swat.

The fear based oppressors had, since at some point before the death endeavor on her, famously attempted endeavors to prohibit young ladies from getting training in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Before long, be that as it may, she rose to worldwide unmistakable quality and turned into an eminent ladies’ instruction and human rights dissident.

“We should revamp these schools promptly, recover the understudies into their classrooms and demonstrate the world that each young lady and kid has the privilege to learn,” she included.

The Gilgit Baltistan district is home to world’s second most elevated mountain, K2, and various different pinnacles drawing in mountain climbers and travelers from around the globe.

In the same way as other immature zones of Pakistan, essential training needs in Gilgit-Baltistan are being met by private or network associations, and an extensive number of grade schools have been set up by non-government associations.

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