Punjab bans energy drinks, junk food, and smartphones in schools

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Punjab bans energy drinks, junk food, and smartphones in schools

In Punjab’s private schools, the School Education Department (SED) reportedly forbade the use of mobile phones, as well as energy drinks and junk food.

Private schools are under rigorous instruction from the SED to guarantee that the most recent directives are followed. Private schools that are not in compliance will face harsh punishment. The news comes just after a video of a female student being cruelly abused by her classmates at a private school in Lahore went viral on social media, igniting a firestorm of fury among internet users.

The Punjab School Education Department on Friday imposed strict regulations on pupils attending private schools in the province, including a prohibition on using cell phones while on school grounds.

The education administration has prohibited cell phones, junk food, and energy drinks from all Punjabi private schools, according to a notice that was published here.

All private school administrators were instructed to strictly enforce the new rules by the notification. The monitoring teams will frequently visit private schools to check on the application of new policies.

After a video of the girl being abused by her classmates in a Lahore school went popular on social media, action was taken.

At a prestigious school in Lahore, four schoolgirls were allegedly caught manhandling a classmate.

The incident’s First Information Report (FIR) was also recorded on the complaint submitted by Imran, the victim’s father.

According to the FIR, the alleged drug user Jannat tormented the victim alongside her sister Kainat, Umaima, and Noor Rehman before robbing the daughter of her gold chain.

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