Increased cases of missing students due to low tolerance

Most students who are reported missing are in upper primary and secondary schools

In Summary

• Parents should not force their children to attend a school they don't want to attend. 

• A slight provocation can make a student run from school or home, get married and even commit suicide.

It has become normal every week to see a picture of a student who has disappeared on social media and even fliers giving details of the students and contacts of parents.

Most students who are ...

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