Directives of CS Sindh for prob into marks corruption in BISE remains unaddressed.

 
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BADIN -- Despite the stern directives by Chief Secretary (CS) Sindh, Sayed Mumtaz Ali Shah after the receiving the several complaints and grievances of parents of deprived talented and eligible students, Chief Secretary (CS) Sindh took notice of higher and extra marks corruption matter against Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Hyderabad for providing extra marks and higher numbers through illegal means and committing corruption and CS issued directives to Chairman, Anti-corruption Establishment (ACE) to probe into the matter and take action against those involved in such malpractice and illegal trend but the probe and investigation was not initiated and CS directives remained unaddressed after passing time span of several week. It was learnt that educational board officials those involved in such corruption and college mafia was active to create obstacles to make such investigation and probe inefficient.

On the other hand, management and owners of different private schools and colleges of Badin, Thatta, Tando Allahyar, Sujjawal, Hyderabad and Tando Muhammad Khan were active to vanish such malpractice, illegal means and corruption. While some individuals offered huge bribe to acquire fake domicile of Badin to occupy reserved seats and quota of Badin district causing unrest, uncertainty and panic among the deserved and talented students of the...

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