Police summon coaching centre proprietors
ACID ATTACK FALLOUT
Baramulla, Jan 5: In the wake of acid attack on a Srinagar girl and the subsequent concern shown by the parents over the safety of girl students in the coaching centers, police on Saturday summoned the proprietors of coaching centers and directed them to furnish details of their centers.
According to reports, police has sought all the details of coaching centers like mode of education, seating arrangement for girls and boys, heating system in class rooms and discipline level in class rooms.
“We were called by the police and asked to furnish details about the coaching centers. They have shown concern over eve-teasing and had sought our role in combating such menace," said Waseem, owner of a private coaching centre here.
While appreciating the concern of police, scores of coaching centre proprietors told Greater Kashmir that police had to keep vigil on roads where some goons are always roaming to harass girl students
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