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Islamabad

January 13, 2018

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Educational institutions to launch children’s security drive

Islamabad Inspector General of Police (Islamabad) Sultan Azam Temuri has asked the administrators of educational institutions to launch awareness sessions with parents of children to ensure their security and Islamabad Police would cooperate in this regard.

He said this while presiding over a meeting at Central Police Office attended among others by chairman and member Private Educational Institution Regulatory Authority, chief executive officers and administrators of private schools and colleges.

Temuri said Islamabad Police had constituted Human Rights and Child Protection Committee and women police station would be also upgraded. He said volunteer programmes were being started outside the educational institutions of Islamabad for awareness about traffic discipline and security.

He said crackdown against drug peddling activities was being initiated at educational institutions and awareness campaign would also be launched to remain safe from this menace. All the participants assured their full cooperation and gave suggestions to improve the situation.

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