Samanabad Town Emergency Response Committee on Anti-dengue has ordered suspension of Deputy Headmaster of Government Pilot High School Wahdat Road and registration of a case against SDO Wasa and concerned sub-engineer for non-compliance of instructions of the government regarding anti-dengue measures.
The Committee’s chairman Muhammad Aslam Kamboh issued these orders while presiding over a meeting of Samanabad Emergency Response Committee here on Friday, a statement said. Addressing the meeting, he issued orders for writing a letter to Secretary Health and EDO Health for strict action against Deputy District Officer Health for his continued absence from the meeting of Town Emergency Response Committee.
In the meeting, the Secretary Schools was presented a report by monitoring committee that students of Government Pilot High School Wadhat Road have been found wearing half-sleeve shirts while there is filth in school premises and sanitary conditions are unsatisfactory. It also reported that water is leaking from the water tank of Ali Bazaar Icchra and the matter has repeatedly been brought to the notice of SDO Icchra but he has taken no action.
The Secretary ordered suspension of the Deputy Headmaster and registration of a case against concerned SDO and sub-engineer under anti-dengue laws.
He further directed that headmasters of all educational institutions should ensure their presence in their schools on every Monday during summer vacations starting from June 1 and pay special attention to the cleanliness of the roofs of the school building, water tanks and sanitary conditions. “A circular is also being issued in this regard while monitoring teams are also being given instructions for inspection of schools,” he added.
The Secretary was also informed that though the stay order regarding rickshaw stand set up by qabza mafia in the premises of Iqbal Girls High School Chowk Nonarian has been vacated but some influential persons are not allowing construction of the boundary-wall.
Muhammad Aslam Kamboh directed the concerned authorities to contact police and ensure construction of the wall in the presence of police force. Moreover, he directed PHA authorities to maintain a ‘movement register’ regarding the duty of the staff so that their attendance could be checked.