KARACHI - City District Government Karachi (CDGK) is working on a plan to establish English medium schools at town level where modern educational facilities will be made available to students as well as teaching staff. These schools will offer free admission and free course facilities also. Khatoon-e-Pakistan and Sir Agha Khan School in Gulberg Town had already been established as model schools. Haq Parast representatives have carried out development works worth Rs130 million in Gulberg and Liaquatabad Town during this year. These views were expressed by member national assembly Sufyan Yousuf, provincial minister Khalid Bin Wilayat and MPA Anwer Alam while addressing a joint press conference at Khatoon-e-Pakistan English Medium School in Gulberg Town. The members of national and provincial assembly further said that utilising funds of Haq Parast representatives, English medium schools are being established in each town of Karachi where free educational facilities would be provided to students. They said that City government and City Nazim Syed Mustafa Kamal had fully supported the establishment of such schools at town level which would beside eradicating old and traditional ways of educational system, also provide better educational facilities to poor and middle class. They said that CDGK had been continuously working on the provision of all basic facilities to citizens including better water and sewerage system, improvement of basic infrastructure and availability of quality healthcare and educational facilities. To a query, MNA Sufyan Yousuf said that funds allocated for education were not used since many years and now Haq Parast representatives have constituted a comprehensive programme for its proper and effective utilisation. "An authorised committee will monitor the performance of these model English medium schools which will have public representatives and educational experts as its members."