LOC’s last school student studying in Kearney
– Photo: amar ujala
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On Monday, 95 students were present at this school in Kirani sector, which was constantly affected by the shelling. The teachers were taking different classes. Opening classes were strictly prohibited due to shelling. Usually, children were imprisoned in school rooms due to shelling. When the rescue operation had to be carried out, nothing could be said. For this reason, the number of children could reach only around fifteen to twenty. Many times it would have been appropriate to keep the school closed. Mid-day meal was served along with classes on Monday.
School students Aaqib, Imran, Najma, Asam Javed, Syam Rakib said that there has been an agreement between India and Pakistan. He came to know about this from his family members and the people of his neighborhood Since then, he was waiting to come to school and study. Most children are arriving before school time. Earlier there was a fear of shelling. Most of the children were forced to stay home. (conversation)
Children said – I think my dream of becoming a doctor will come true
Aqib, an eighth-grader, said he dreams of growing up to become a doctor. With the start of school classes, the dream of becoming a doctor is expected to come true. May the atmosphere of peace be maintained in this way. School in-charge teacher Najam Mir said that it is difficult to believe that the situation has changed so much. Both the children and the staff are very excited. At first Pakistani shells used to appear on the walls of the school. Many times children had to be kept in school until it got dark in the late evening. The attendance of children was fifteen to twenty, which is now being completed. The higher authorities have been requested to get the walls damaged by the shelling repaired.