Entry ban in mall, park wearing school dress: State Child Rights Protection Commission gave instructions to all DMs of UP

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On Thursday, an order has been issued to ban students up to 12th standard by class bunk and malls in UP. A letter has been written to all the District Magistrates on behalf of Dr. Shuchita Chaturvedi, member of Uttar Pradesh State Child Rights Protection Commission. Under this, any student has been asked not to give admission in school uniforms in school time in various public places. . This order has been issued to curb the class bunk students and unpleasant incidents. Talking to Dainik Bhaskar, member Dr. Shuchita Chaturvedi said that many such incidents came to light. Because of which this letter had to be written. After which incidents are happening to him. Therefore, this letter has to be written for 18-year-old students. In all the schools of their district, all the malls in all the malls will directly direct stickers in all the malls in all the schools of their district, where the students are going to roam in school dress. Ban on students till 12th, Uttar Pradesh State Child Rights Protection Commission Dr. Shuchita Chaturvedi Said, "In various public places, during school time, any student has been asked not to give admission in school uniforms. This order has been issued to curb the students who have done class bunk and unpleasant incidents. "All the District Magistrates of UP have been told that it has come to the notice of the Commission that students studying in the school spend time in public places like parks, malls, restaurants etc. There is a possibility of an untoward incident in such a situation. This is why all the District Magistrates are expected to ban students' entry into uniforms in school time in all public places of their district. An order has been issued by the Uttar Pradesh State Child Rights Protection Commission to provide action on this order to the District Magistrates of all the districts within a week. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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