Sindh, Various Cities: IBA Qualified candidates for the posts of Headmasters/Headmistresses stage protest rallies across sindh against inordinate delay in their appointments under world bank assistance program.
A series of protest  rallies led by  Faiz Gul Chhalgri.Wahid Rahimoon, Rafique Memon,Nasir Memon, Rehan Warsi, Saeed Abbasi & others; were held in different districts of sindh including Hyderabad, Sukkur, Mirpurkhas, Badin, khairpur, Nawabshah, Naushehrao Feroz, Kashmore, Tharparkar  by eligible candidates for the posts of Headmasters/Headmistresses against the prolong delay in their appointments on Sunday. They expressed strong frustration & demanded issuance of appointments without any further delay.

IBA Test Qualified Head Teachers Protesting _____Photo Sindh Post

“Entire recruitment process has been completed but appointment orders have not been issued yet; we along with our families are panic about our futures” Said Faiz Gul Chhlagri
Voicing their concern over they delay in appointments of headmasters/headmistresses civil society members also gathered outside the press club Hyderabad. “There is a miserable condition as there is one third shortage of headmasters/headmistresses in government schools of sindh but theses meritorious candidates have been kept waiting since a year” said by a civil society members
“We have always supported the merit for quality education in Sindh. We also demand  appointments of Headmasters/Headmistresses who qualified the recruitment test without any delay” Said by Liaqat Ali Mirani, a social activist.

The candidate were interview twice in last 19 months but are still waiting for their due right from Sindh Government. Protestors urged Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to personally intervene in the matter and help them get their due right.

The protestors while talking to Sindh Post said, they have also sent several tweets to world bank authorities who were already misreported by Sindh government about head teachers appointment in government records. The current Chief Minister also lied during his budget speech about the head teachers appointment.