Source: News Bharati English16 Nov 2016 16:57:25
Islamabad, November 16: Ahead of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to Pakistan, the Interior Ministry of Islamabad has solicited the Turkish Staff from Pak-Turk schools and universities to leave the nation by November 20.
The management of the educational network on Tuesday communicated worry over the sudden move and guaranteed the Students and guardians involved that it stood immovably against any proposal for entrance of some other organization into the instructors and staff of the schools.
A senior official of the interior ministry said the visas of the instructive chain's staff had been wiped out and that letters had been sent to them on Sunday, informing them that they had just a single week to leave the nation. The choice was in accordance with the exhortation of the Foreign Affairs Ministry.
The quantity of instructors and other Turkish Staff in the chain of 28 schools and universities remained at 108 and the aggregate number of their relatives at around 400, the Official said.
In August, Pakistan had guaranteed Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Çavusoglu that it would investigate issues of the fasten Ankara needed to be shut for its asserted connections with US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Amid his visit, Çavusoglu had said, "It is not a mystery that Gulen's Organization has establishments in Pakistan and in numerous different nations. I am certain the essential measures will be taken. We must be exceptionally watchful with such organizations and their bringing about hazard and risk for the security and solidness of each nation [where] they have nearness."
The chain's 28 schools and universities are working in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Multan, Karachi, Hyderabad, Khairpur, Jamshoro and Quetta. Somewhere in the range of 11,000 understudies, of Pre-school to "A" Level ages, are examining there. In the second week of August, the administration of the chain evacuated the Turkish principals of their 28 schools and universities furthermore broke down the governing body which had representation from Turkish nationals.