Punjab CM takes notice of sexual harassment in Lahore private school
LAHORE (92 News) – Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Usman Buzdar took the notice of sexual harassment incident in the private school of Lahore on Wednesday.
It is pertinent to mention here that yesterday a Lahore private school fired four employees, including a teacher, accused of sexually harassing multiple female students.
CM Buzdar sought a report regarding the harassment incident from the Lahore CCPO. He also directed the Lahore CCPO to carry out an impartial inquiry into the incident, adding that harassment of students will not be tolerated at any cost.
“Action against the accused should be taken in accordance with the law,” said CM Buzdar. “The affected students will be provided justice at any cost,” he added.
A day earlier, four employees of a private school in Lahore, including a teacher, were sacked by the administration after they were accused of sexually harassing female students.
The school administration stated that the four persons against whom the complaint was lodged include a chemistry teacher, an administrative officer, an accountant and a janitor.
The administration further said that after receiving evidence against the accused, which included videos, photographs and indecent messages sent by them to students, all four persons involved were shown the door.
On the other hand, the police said that they have not received any request from the school administration to take action against the four accused in the case.