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Magura police explained ban on shaggy style haircutting

 Magura Correspondent

 Published: 04:36 PM, 24 August 2019  

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Magura police superintendent Khan Muhammad Rizwan has explained about the police’s ban campaign strange style teenagers’ haircutting. During a meeting with journalists in the conference room of the police super on Saturday, the police superintendent expressed his views on such initiatives.

The Superintendent of Police said multiple offenses, including three killings, took place in Magura in July. The majority of this is caused by teenagers. Due to these reasons, the police are working to change the behavior and lifestyle related to the distraction by considering the psychological issues of the teenagers.

These include riding an unmanaged motorcycle, staying out of the house unnecessarily after the evening, and cutting hair in a strange variety.

Among others, Additional Superintendent of Police Tariqul Islam, Shamim Khan, general secretary of Magura Press Club, spoke on the occasion.