The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has grabbed the records of 14 tuition based school chains in Lahore and Gujranwala for a criminological review as per the Supreme Court’s structure.
FIA Punjab’s Deputy Director Khalid Anees told that the organization has claimed the records identifying with the expenses, pay rates, and different undertakings. In the wake of assessing the records, they will present an essential answer to the Supreme Court in 15 days.
According to the subtleties, the schools considered incorporate The City School, Beaconhouse School System, Lahore Grammar School, Lahore College of Arts and Sciences (Lacas), Learning Alliance, Resource Academia of Punjab Group of Colleges, Alliance Resource in DHA Lahore and Gujranwala, Salamat School System, City Public School and Eden School System, Gujranwala.
It is relevant to make reference to here that the Supreme Court had guided the non-public schools on Thursday to cut their charges by 20 percent. It additionally requested the schools to discount 50 percent of the charge they had taken amid the late spring get-aways.
A three-part seat of the zenith court sat to hear the suo motu case with respect to the charge climb. The court requested to put a 5 percent roof on the yearly increment and coordinated the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to investigate the duty records and records of the tuition based schools.
The review reports of a few schools introduced under the steady gaze of the peak court uncovered that three chiefs were paid Rs. 8.3 million each as month to month compensation.
The nearby paper Dawn has cited FIA’s Additional Director Sajid Akram expressing that the attacks led at the schools were to seize PCs, organizers, and records identifying with records and back.
Also, the office issued further notification to the organization and records divisions of the said schools to give more record.