Bihar: Due to severe heat, all schools, coaching and Anganwadi centers will remain closed till this date, order issued

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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Bihar school closure news: There is severe heat in the entire North India and other states of the country at this time. Due to which the Meteorological Department has issued red and pink alerts in many places. The heat is such that people are leaving their homes only for very important work. At the same time, due to the increasing heat, the problem of power cuts has also become common in almost every city. Meanwhile, in view of the increasing heat, a new order has been issued by the Bihar government regarding educational institutions.

Instructions to keep all educational institutions closed till June 8
Due to the increasing heat, the Bihar government has ordered private and government schools, coaching institutes and Anganwadi centers to remain closed till June 8. The order states that strict action will be taken against those institutions which do not follow this.

Aurangabad is the hottest in Bihar
Aurangabad in Bihar was the hottest district on Wednesday. The temperature here reached 48.2 degrees Celsius. The Meteorological Department has said that this is the highest temperature ever recorded in Bihar.

This has been said in the order issued from the Chief Minister's Office
Following the instructions of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Chief Secretary Brajesh Mehrotra has issued instructions to the District Magistrates. In the order, instructions have been given to keep other educational institutions including Anganwadi centers closed.

The order also said that a high-level meeting has been called to assess the preparedness of the concerned departments to deal with the problem of severe heat arising due to temperatures rising above 45 degrees Celsius in various parts of the state.

The opposition leader had made this request to the government
There have also been reports of students fainting due to the scorching heat from Sheikhpura, Begusarai, East Champaran and other areas. Reacting to these incidents, RJD leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav had urged the government to take immediate preventive measures to save school children from heatstroke. He also criticised the CM for not intervening in the matter.

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