Mand, the biggest town in Kech, suffers from a shortage of colleges. The state of education is deteriorating day by day. The students cannot attend higher education, and are forced to quit after their Matriculation examinations. Despite the allocation of billions of rupees, no tangible implementation has been carried out. Eventually, the families bear non affordable expenses and send their children to far flung areas to acquire education.

Constitutionally, education is the basic right of every Pakistani, but areas such as Mand end up suffering. The need for colleges in this area is urgent. The MNAs and MPAs are humbly requested to show that concrete measures are being taken in regards to the establishment of colleges.

SAMEENA SHAY IBRAHIM,

Kech, August 23.