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Moral Policing begins for Valentine's Day : This time, it's hit the schools

Moral Policing begins for Valentine
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It wasnt very long ago when two Soundarya Composite PU College Bagalgunte students fought on campus over a girl both loved and one of them ended up stabbing the other to death Incidents like these have been on the rise in schools where boys end up fighting over a girl they both fancy Upcoming event of Valentines Day has put the Karnataka Associated Management of Primary and Secondary Schools

BENGALURU: It wasn't very long ago when two Soundarya Composite PU College( Bagalgunte) students fought on campus over a girl both loved and one of them ended up stabbing the other to death. Incidents like these have been on the rise in schools where boys end up fighting over a girl they both fancy. Upcoming event of Valentine's Day has put the Karnataka Associated Management of Primary and Secondary Schools (KAMS) on alert.

On what may be considered moral policing, the Association that has 3000 schools registered as members has asked parents and schools to be vigilant about the activities the school children indulge in, in the name of Valentine's Day. Schools were asked to ensure students don't wear "bright red" clothes or exchange gifts.

Teachers and PTAs have been asked to check school bags for any Valentine's Day related merchandise. Schools have been asked to communicate this to parents via SMS and not the school diary, which the students have access to.

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