KARACHI - Sindh Assembly Deputy Speaker Syeda Shehla Raza has said that the governments coalition partners are working together, while the opposition among the political parties is considered beauty of the democracy. The PPP-led government first realised to open nearly 8,000 closed schools in the province. She expressed these views while talking to newsmen at the inaugural ceremony of three-day Student Gala - 2009 on Friday. The event is being organised from December 4 to 6th,2009 at Askari Park under the auspices of INT Karachi. The deputy speaker said that all funds that had been allocated in the education sector would not be misused at any cost. She said that student events would provide co-curricular activities to students, adding that it would also leave positive impacts on daily activities in the metropolis. The government has promoted public-private partnership in the country. Responding a question, she said that there was no political tussle between MQM and PPP, however the existence of opposition is inevitable for promotion of creative vision. Giving an example of Indian politics, she said that several times diversity of opinion between Indian Congress and Indian Communist Party had been observed, she said. KU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui, on the occasion, said that lack of harmony between stakeholders in the education sector had caused failure at government level in attaining goals in the said sector. There is dire need to unite all stakeholders belonging education at one platform, KU chief said and termed the Students Gala as more constructive in term of spreading awareness among the families. He underlined the importance of organising more events in this direction in the city. Director INT Karachi Misbah-ul-Huda Siddiqui has said that three-day festival comprises on entertainment, educational, traditional and cultural activities. He appealed the citizens to attend the ceremony for encouragement of the such activities.