Gujranwala Central Jail Superintendent Kamran Anjum said that at least 15 educational centres have been set up in the jail where about 600 prisoners are being facilitated.

Talking to the media, he said that 15 teachers amongst the well educated prisoners were appointed to teach the prisoners in these centres and each teacher will be paid Rs5,000 per month by the government. He said five technical centres were also being constructed in the jail by Tevta in which male and female prisoners would be trained as beautician, embroidery, motor mechanics, electrician, tailor and welders. He said necessary machinery has been purchased and classes would be started on 1st of April 2016 after completion of construction work.