LALAMUSA - The future of hundreds of rural female students has been put at stake due to heedlessness of the District Education authorities which has transferred all the teachers teaching to secondary and intermediate classes at Govt Girls High Secondary School Thutta Rai Bahader. This was alleged by Raja Javaid Zafar, President Pakistan International Human Rights Organisation District Gujrat in a press release issued the other day. He said that there were three SST teachers imparting education to secondary, intermediate classes as a stop gap-arrangements, the EDO-Education without providing substitute teachers transferred all them simultaneously. The institution has no SS (subject specialist) teachers to teach Intermediate classes except one SS teacher who is working as officiating principal. He further stated that now after the transfer of teachers all the student from class 6 to up to 12 (FA, FSc) are haphazardly being taught by EST (Elementary School Teachers). Consequently the female students of the remote rural area seeking admission in Intermediate first year are left with no option except to get admission in the Girl College Kharian, some 30-km away which has put the students in trouble as well as their parents. The students feared that their parents might not allow them to get admission in Kharian College and thus deprived of their further higher education. Raja Javaid Zafar has appealed to the Punjab Chief Minister and Education Department high ups to remedy ugly situation to save the educational future of female students.