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Police shuts schools at Kalyanpur for the security reason after the anti-militancy operation

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The authorities today declared shut at least eight governments and non-government schools in Kalyanpur area of Dhaka where an anti militancy drive was going on.

The schools have been declared closed considering the security of the students, quoting the school authorities.

The authorities took the decision after nine alleged militants were killed this morning during a special drive of the joint forces in Kalyanpur, ending an overnight standoff that ensued with a raid to hunt down “militant den”.

Kalyanpur Girls’ High School, Bean KG School, Shishu Kalyan School, Holly Crescent School and Kalyanpur Laboratory School are among the schools which were declared shut.

Saifunnahar, a student of a local school, told the daily that she found the road blocked when she was trying to reach school. Later, she came to know about the school closure.

Nine alleged militants were killed this morning during a special drive of the joint forces in Kalyanpur, ending an overnight standoff that ensued with a raid to hunt down “militant den”.

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