Decision to fill the shortage of rooms in schools

Junaid Riaz: Punjab government has decided to fill the shortage of rooms in girls 'schools. To meet the shortage, 20,000 rooms will be constructed in girls' schools at a cost of one billion rupees. The project will be completed by the end of this year.

The Punjab government has decided to address the shortage of rooms in schools. Due to shortage of rooms, female students in public schools are forced to sit on the porches. To meet the shortage, 20,000 rooms will be constructed in girls schools at a cost of Rs. 1 billion. The project will be completed by the end of this year. New rooms will be made in 5,000 girls' schools across Punjab. 250 new rooms will be constructed in 86 schools of Lahore. According to the school education department, with the shortage of rooms, there will be no need to run double shifts.

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