Waywardness: An uncontrolled menace in Kashmir

The decline of moral education has led to the waywardness of young boys and girls on streets in Srinagar city and other major townships of Kashmir Valley. The waywardness of the youth is being witnessed helplessly by both the uniformed men and the people moving on streets near the coaching centers in Srinagar and majority of valley towns. Though police during summer months trap the young students on charges of eve teasing and sent them to police lock ups, but they are allowed to go scot free later. The time when immoral trafficking is seen taking place under broad day light near coaching centers on the ever busy New Airport Road Srinagar and commercial hubs of other towns in Kashmir valley, the sleuths of Kashmir police shut eyes partly to let the coaching centers become the centers of immoral trafficking. Though some civil society groups had woke up from deep slumber to call for restrictions on waywardness in schools and colleges many times during last two years, but their cries were lost in the din for the reasons that law enforcement authorities are reluctant to supplement the efforts of civil society groups in spreading moral awareness campaign across the length and breadth of  Kashmir .Though the civil society and the law enforcement authorities need to work together to curb waywardness through social awareness campaign in Kashmir valley, but it is very unfortunate is that people tend to settle scores than addressing the issues of public concern like waywardness in Kashmir valley.

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The moral education started by some civil society groups few years back has taken a back seat in Kashmir valley and the growing waywardness has made it imperative for both the civil society groups and law enforcement authorities to join hands for reviving the process of moral education in schools and colleges immediately after reopening of unprecedented one year lockdown in March this year.

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Had both the civil society and law enforcement authorities been serious and sensitive over the growing waywardness in Kashmir, they would have joined hands to morally educate the youth to let them know the consequences of waywardness in future. The moral education started by some civil society groups few years back has taken a back seat in Kashmir valley and the growing waywardness has made it imperative for both the civil society groups and law enforcement authorities to join hands for reviving the process of moral education in schools and colleges immediately after reopening of unprecedented one year lockdown in March this year . The time has come for both the civil society groups and law enforcement authorities to work together for spreading the moral awareness campaign across the length and breadth of Kashmir valley. The sooner they join hands to revive the process of moral education in schools and colleges, the better it will be for the future of the youth of Kashmir.  Any delay on this count may prove disastrous for the future of the society in Kashmir valley.

 

 

 

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