ISLAMABAD: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar Khan held a meeting with the heads/CEOs of Private Schools/Institutions including director Pakistan Educational Institutional Regulatory Authority (PEIRA).
The main focus was to formulate a mechanism by virtue of which Islamabad could be made a drug free city.
Issues relating to drug being used by the students in educational institutions was contemplated and due consideration was given to sensitize not only the students but also their parents. All the participants gave fruitful suggestions to IGP Islamabad. These suggestions include drug usage, cyber bullying and sexual abuse.
Furthermore, role of private khokhas located around educational institutions and private tuitions centre was also highlighted. The IGP Islamabad concluded the meeting by forming a committee of senior police officers who shall start delivering power point presentations, sharing real life documentaries with students to sensitize them.
ICT Police website page hash tag has also been shared with all schools. This will be further supplemented by distributing pamphlets at book shops and school uniform shops as well. In order to make everyone more responsive and responsible a seminar in collaboration with private schools will be held at police lines headquarters on 15th January 2019. In this seminar student, teachers and parents will participate.