Govt official’s distinctive methodology to seal youngsters’s college wins the web

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Bhera’s assistant commissioner Mohammad Murtaza interacting with college students. Photo Courtesy: Twitter/ Mohammad MurtazaBhera’s assistant commissioner Mohammad Murtaza garnered praises on social media as he shared his expertise of sealing a faculty on Thursday.Taking to Twitter, the federal government official shared his expertise of sealing a faculty in a village near Bhera over the violation of COVID-19 SOPs.”I sealed a school today. It was a small private school in a remote village half an hour away from Bhera. When the Headmaster saw us coming, he panicked and told the students to hide or run away. I did seal the school but tried doing it differently. Here’s what I did:”I informed all the children to return to class and carry-on their research. I then went to each class and requested them in the event that they had been being good college students[…].I then heard their ‘sabaq’ [lesson] of the day,” Murtaza narrated on the micro-blogging site.After interaction with students, he realised that non-compliance of SOPs was not the only problem but the negative impression in the minds of kids that authorities were taking away their access to education, also had to be done away with.Emphasising the notion that “no baby must be afraid of authorities”, Murtaza said he chatted with students to explain to them about their responsibility during the pandemic and why it is important for them to keep their families and loved ones safe from the disease.”An AC is there to assist and defend, not scare [children]!” he added.He was surprised to see that the students, unlike other pupils of their age, were not pleased with the news that their school will be closed due to the coronavirus. Instead, they were concerned about missing their lessons.”When I used to be at school, we at all times wished increasingly more holidays however on this village [Khan Muhammad Wala], the children didn’t need the varsity to shut!” he continued.Murtaza admitted that sending children back home felt “horrible” and “sick”.”How coronavirus has modified the world. The identical individuals who campaigned for better enrolment are actually making an attempt to shut the colleges. As an advocate for schooling, sending these youngsters home in a spot the place distance-learning is unimaginable, felt horrible and sick,” the official shared.