Puppet regime can neither open, nor upgrade a school
12 October, 2012
Srinagar: The puppet administration in occupied Kashmir is so helpless in handling of its day-to-day affairs that it cannot decide on its own even to open a new primary school or upgrade an existing one.This was acknowledged by the administration in response to a question raised by MLA MY Tarigami during the ongoing so-called assembly session in Srinagar.
The House was informed that the Indian Ministry of Human Resources Development (HRD) had rejected the puppet administration's proposal for opening of new primary schools and up-gradation of existing schools.
It was said that the administration had sent a proposal to the Indian government for opening of 573 new primary schools and up-gradation of 285 existing schools.
"The proposal was not accepted by the government of India," an official replying to the query said.
However, the reasons behind the rejection of the proposal were not cited.