SA passes bill against wall chalking
KARACHI: Sindh Assembly unanimously approved the bill against wall chalking in a session here on Monday, ARY News reports.
The session was held under the leadership of Deputy Speaker of Sindh Assembly Shehla Raza. The bill was tabled by Provincial Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, who said that wall chalking will be completely banned on private and government buildings.
The violators of the bill will have to face six months of imprisonment and five thousand rupee fine. It was also said that the guilty persons have to face the penalty every time they break the law.
During the Sindh Assembly session, Sindh Educational Minister Nisar Ahmad Khoro announced a ban on transfers and promotion of teachers in the province. He said that the step was taken to improve the quality of education in Sindh.
He also said that Sindhi language is not being taught in 500 private schools of the province. He warned the officials of private schools that the law of Sindhi education should be followed. Nisar Khoro also said that the management of private schools should also follow the law of teaching 10 per cent of poor children for free.