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Educational institutions should not be closed without any reason, Deputy Commissioner

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Deputy Commissioner Islamabad has said that educational institutions should not be closed without any reason.

A letter has been written to the educational institutions by the deputy commissioner of Islamabad, in which it has been said that the situation in Islamabad is normal, so educational institutions should not be closed without any reason. Due to the closure of educational institutions, there is an educational loss for the students, the teaching process should be continued. Don’t listen to rumours, educational institutions were closed on November 8 without any reason.

Remember, in view of the long march, all schools in Islamabad were given a holiday on November 8.

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It should be noted that yesterday Deputy Commissioner Rawalpindi had announced to keep all public and private educational institutions closed for the third day today.

A formal notification has also been issued by the Deputy Commissioner Rawalpindi in this regard and the management of the educational institutions has been informed that the educational institutions will remain closed on Thursday. Educational institutions have been closed in view of the current situation in the country.

It should be noted that according to the notification issued by the Commissioner Rawalpindi, all the public and private educational institutions of Rawalpindi remained closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Protests by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf continued in various areas of Rawalpindi due to which roads were blocked in many areas and traffic flow was affected and citizens faced severe difficulties in commuting.

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