HYDERABAD: Hyderabad is going to be gifted with its first street library on the eve of 73rd Independence Day.
However, the administration of Hyderabad has taken the initiative to support education by developing a street library at Thandi Sadak, there cool breeze touches the area every moment. However, the administration decided to inaugurate it on the 14th of August.
However, Faud Ghaffar Soomro, the Deputy Commissioner of Hyderabad, said that the work was almost completed; however, the inauguration will take place on the 14th of August.
The work of Street Library is almost done. Will inaugurate on 14th August, InshAllah. This has been made under the bridge opposite Circuit House. pic.twitter.com/AS7p4gjojF
— Fuad Ghaffar Soomro (@HyderabadDeputy) August 12, 2020
It is pertinent to mention here that this is the first library inaugurated on the 14th of August. On the other hand, one such library already inaugurated in Karachi. It was opened last year on the eve of Birthday of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
The policy for this library is based on taking a book and leaving a book. Hyderabad is the second-largest city of the Sindh. Unfortunately, it has only two public libraries i.e., Hasrat Mohani District Central Library and Shamsul Ulema Daudpota Library.
Students appreciate this hard work of the administration because there is no space in already developed libraries. However, it is required to make another public library in Hyderabad, like Defence Central Library Karachi.