Smartphones banned for Khulna students
Published: 13:36 9 September 2019
Carrying smartphones in schools have been banned for secondary school students in Khulna to control the growing cybercrimes.
The decision was taken in a meeting of the Khulna District Law and Order Committee in the conference room of the District DC on Sunday.
According to a notice, smartphone is a major part of the cybercrime. Therefore, carrying smartphones in schools have been banned for secondary school students.
Besides, several decisions were taken to curb crime in the district at the meeting. No forty trials can be done for crimes like rape and women abuse, According to the decision taken in the meeting. In this case, legal help should be taken by calling 999.
On the other hand, the public representatives of the upazila and union council will have to cooperate with the information. In addition to raising awareness against the drug, it is mandatory to discuss the bad effects of drug addiction in school rallies and mosques. Also, the accused in the drug case should be careful that they do not get bail easily.
The acting district magistrate Md Iqbal Hossain has presided over the meeting. SP SM Shafiullah, Civil Surgeon SM Abdur Razzak, Additional District Magistrate Md. Yusup Ali, Chairman of Upazila Parishad, UNO and others were present.
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