Rich Balochistan and poor education system

Balochistan, the largest province of Pakistan, makes up a geographical region of 43 per cent of Pakistan and has the most beautiful places. Balochistan is full of natural resources such as gold, gas, coal and many more. Unluckily, fundamental necessities are not present, such as sufficient schools and as we all are well aware that education is essential for the development of a province and a country. Balochistan is the lone province that has 125000 schools but 7000 schools are without roofs, chairs, doors and etc. Further, in rural areas, some school are being attended by a teacher in which more then 200 or 400 students are present who are facing so many troubles. Only 29 per cent of the women and 40 per cent of the male population are in school and 66 per cent children are working as child labour. Therefore, I request to the CM of Balochistan and the PM of Pakistan to solve this problem as soon as possible and educate the Baloch youths.

AMEER BAKHSH,

Awaran.

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