Tofazzal Hossain, Pabna: Do not ruin the future of the soft-spoken boys and girls of the school by giving them mobile phones in their hands. They are immersing themselves in subcultures by entering the internet with their smart phones. Playing various games is a waste of time. Day by day, boys and girls are getting more and more attracted towards this phone and their future is getting dark. Pabna Superintendent of Police Mohammad Mahibul Islam Khan (BPM) said the above to the students and parents present at the Beat Policing meeting organized by the Thana Police in the hall room of Mathurapur St. Ritas High School in Chatmohar Upazila on Tuesday (May 31) at noon. He added that at present, many people are complaining that boys are smoking in public in front of the school. They are buying cigarettes from the shop in front of the school and keeping them secretly. Therefore, the sale of cigarettes in the shops in front of the school will be stopped. For the sake of parents, he said, treat your child as a friend. Keep an eye on who he is mixing with, where he is going. Ask your child to come home in the evening. There will also be surveillance against those who harass girls after school holidays and teenagers who are reckless motorcyclists. Rev. Father Shishir Natale Gregory, Chairman, Managing Committee, Mathurapur St. Ritas High School, presided over the meeting. , Officer-in-Charge of Chatmohar Police Station (OC) Muhammad Anwar Hossain, Chairman of Mathurapur Union Parishad. Shah Alam, Abdul Matin, general secretary of Swadhinata Shikshak Parishad's upazila branch, Rakibur Rahman Tukun, president of Chatmohar Press Club, Rina Christina Koraiya, headmaster of St. Ritas High School. At the end of the program, Superintendent of Police Mahibul Islam Khan administered the oath of office to the students promising to build a beautiful life and keep everyone away from criminal activities.