Deputy Commissioner Peshawar Has Closed Educational Institutes In District

Deputy Commissioner Peshawar Has Closed Educational Institutes In District.PakistanTribe.Com

Deputy Commissioner Peshawar Has Closed Educational Institutes In District.PakistanTribe.Com

PESHAWAR – Deputy Commissioner of Pehsawar has imposed ban on opening of all schools and collages without government permission, PakistanTribe received news.

Deputy Commissioner Peshawar has ordered all the administrative body to make it sure that no educational institute is open in the district.

He said that it will be necessary for all schools collages to take non objection certificate (NOC) from DC office.

However situation is change in Punjab province where Zaeem Qadri -spokesman of provincial government – said that there will be no more extension in vocations. He said that security plan is completed for educational institutes.

Leader of Pakistan Muslim League -Nawaz said that during extension of vocations government completes security plans for educational institutes.

Earlier, the institutions were scheduled to be closed till January 9, 2014. However, a further extension in holidays is still anticipated to take place.

Educational institutions of the federal capital also remain close  till January 11 winter vacation,  as cold wave grips the entire country, 

Spokesman for the Ministry for Federal Affairs, Tahir Rafiq, said all educational institutions in Islamabad will remain shut till January 11.

The announcement was made two days after schools and colleges reopened after winter vacations on January 01. Further vacations are announced as cold wave grips the federal capital and the entire country.

On December 16, at least 141 people, including 132 children and nine staff members of the Army Public School, were killed when unidentified armed men opened fire due to ineffective security measures in the school.

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