DASKA
A period of two-and-a-half-months has passed but the police are still clueless about the incident of fire which gutted two buses parked at Government Special Education Centre Daska.
The two buses, meant for transportation of special children studying there, were parked at the ground of the centre on October 6, 2013. They caught fire and were gutted. The security guard of the centre was absent due to holiday of Sunday. The worth of the burnt buses was stated to be about Rs3 million.
Daska police have arrested no person yet. Now, the special students, studying there, are suffering great ordeal as they have to travel by other vehicles for reaching there. The parents of the special students have urged the Punjab Chief Minister to look into the matter.
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