LAHORE: Awaiting the Punjab government’s attention, the building of a government primary school in Lahore has raised eyebrows over Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s tall claims of providing the people with basic necessities including those of quality educational and healthcare facilities.
Located in Chak Boota PP-159, the construction work of the Government Girls Primary School’s building started back in 2014 with an aim to facilitate the young girls of the area so that they would not have to travel a long distance to seek education.
While the building has been left incomplete by the authorities for the past three years, the reasons behind the unfinished structure that has now turned into ruins, is unknown.
With piles of garbage are spread all across the site, the girls of the locality are bound to travel to far-off areas in a bid to seek education in expensive private schools.
Speaking to a private media outlet, the young students said that while the chief minister claims to have revolutionised the education sector of the province, on the other hand, the building of the school has been left incomplete even after more than three years.