Due to economic fallout of the lockdown, a school owner in Manghopir area of Karachi has converted his school into a biryani shop.
Identified as Muhammad Danish by a team of a Private TV channel, the owner is among many Pakistanis who have been severely affected by the lockdown.
He was forced to open a biryani shop after closure of schools extended owing to coronavirus pandemic.
He says he feels no shame in running a biryani shop because “it’s better I work and feed my family, than begging.”
Danish said his school was located in an underdeveloped area of Manghopir and he knew people were currently to pay school fee that varies between Rs 300 and Rs 1500.
He added that opening a biryani shop was viable keeping in view the dynamics of the area.