India comes to the rescue of a school for Afghan refugees | India News

India comes to the rescue of a school for Afghan refugees |  India News
The government has come to the rescue of Syed Jamaluddin Afghan School in the Bhogal area of ​​Delhi, the only school for Afghan refugees in India, providing assistance to keep it running. The school faced an uncertain future due to a shortage of funds.
“I thank MEA India for providing much needed assistance to India’s only Afghan school. The Syed Jamaluddin Afghan School in Delhi’s Bhogal is the only educational resource for Afghan refugees and will now continue to function as usual,” the ambassador tweeted. from Afghanistan. Farid Mamundzay, who represents the previous government in Kabul.
“The 400 students received a gift beyond measure” from the Government and people of India. The continuation of this school will surely help lay the foundation on which many young Afghans will forge a better future for themselves and for Afghanistan, “he added.
According to a previous report by the agency, school authorities feared that political unrest in Afghanistan would lead to the closure of this school.
“These days, we cannot find a responsible person in Afghanistan to talk about the schools, as the education ministry is closed. No one knows what will happen. It is too early to say something about the condition, the school is a small institution that we donate “. “I don’t know what will happen next,” the deputy administrator of the Kanishka Shahabi school told ANI.
He also mentioned that 95% of staff are women and that under the Taliban the fate of female staff remains unclear.

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