The authorities in Rawalpindi have closed all public and private schools, colleges and universities in the city on 25 May 2022 on account of the prevailing law and order situation of the country amid the planned Haqeeqi Azadi March towards Islamabad by PTI.
The Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Rawalpindi, has issued a notified in this regard as well. “Due to prevailing law and order situation of the country, it is hereby notified for information of general public that all public and private educational institutions will remain close on 25.05.2022 within the limit of District Rawalpindi.” stated the notification.
During a press conference today, Imran Khan said that he would lead the largest procession in the history of the country tomorrow (Wednesday). The aim of the Haqeeqi Azadi March is to demand early election from the coalition government. Furthermore, the Former Prime Minister said that “cabinet of criminals’ was trying to stop their long march and warned authorities of action against every unlawful order they follow to try and stop the long march.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has approved to suspend mobile phone services in several cities of Punjab. According to the details, the mobile phone services are expected to remain suspended in 350 places in Punjab, including Lahore ahead of the PTI Haqeeqi Azadi March.
Therefore, the authorities of Rawalpindi have closed all schools, colleges and universities in the city on 25 May 2022 on account of the prevailing law and order situation of the country. According to the notification, the notification is to be followed by all educational institutions of Rawalpindi.
This is a copy of the notification: