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NOWSHERA: Border migrants of Nowshera who were sheltered in Government Higher Secondary School Nowshera, held a protest and blocked the road against ousting them from the school rooms.
The migrant women including Raj Wanti, Dolly Devi, Neelam Devi, Amro Devi and many others came on road alongwith their children. They raised slogans against the Nowshera administration and demanded permanent arrangement for their shelter.
Immediately on receipt of information the SHO Kuldeep reached the spot and pacified the protesters and lifted their Dharna to open the road. Meanwhile SDM Nowshera Abdul Sattar said that the aim is to continue the classes of the students also besides accommodating the migrants.
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