Shift coaching centres from busy markets: DIG to prop
‘TAKE SEPARATE TUITIONS OF GIRLS, BOYS’
Baramulla, Feb 21: Deputy Inspector General of Police (North), Muneer Ahmad Khan today asked the owners of coaching centres operating in busy markets here to immediately shift their centres to other places and hold separate tuition for girls and boys.
“These directions have been passed following regular complaints from the people about growing waywardness in the society,” Muneer Khan said while addressing media men here.
Khan stressed the need for early registration of coaching centres in the Education Department.
About the stone pelters, Khan said, “After several sessions with stone pelters, many of them have promised to mend ways and not to indulge in stone pelting.”
“There won’t be any immunity to youth involved in the stone pelting and making the people hostage. Such youth will be dealt firmly,” he said.
Commenting on the suggestions over traffic regulations in the district, DIG said every vehicle coming from the Rafiabad would be allowed to pass through the Azad Gunj Bridge while as the traffic for the Rafiabad would be allowed to pass through the Cement Bridge.
He said, in the coming days a youth club equipped with the modern library, gym would be established in the town.
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