The Entertainment prefect of the Nalerigu Nursing Training College has been arrested for organising twerking dance competition for freshers on campus.
The school principal upon receiving the information of the entertainment event sent someone to verify whether the student gathering had observed the covid-19 safety protocols. After discovering that the event organiser had refused to follow the laid down safety protocols, immediately informed the police to arrest the entertainment prefect who had organised the twerking competition.
The police arrested the entertainment prefect for disregarding covid-19 safety protocols laid down by the school management body.
The prefect disclosed to the police that, the freshers who had been admitted to the school for over month and having paid entertainment fees but seeing no action were poised to rioting and demonstrating against the school authorities. So he organised the twerking competition to calm the students.
The prefect is assisting the police to investigate the issue.
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