Mangaluru: Year-old news about holiday for schools goes viral


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK) 

Mangaluru Aug 12: Due to heavy rainfall, deputy commissioners of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi had declared holidays for schools and colleges last week for consecutive four days beginning from Wednesday to Saturday. Monday, August 12, was a holiday being Bakrid feast. But now old news of last year has gone viral which claims that Tuesday, August 13 is a holiday. Many have not seen that the news was published last year. 

Last year deputy commissioners of both districts had declared holiday for schools and colleges in the district on August 13, 2018 considering the rains. 


Screenshot of last year’s Daijiworld news 

The screenshot of last year’s Daijiworld news claiming that August 13 (tomorrow) is a holiday for schools and colleges, is being circulated in social media. It can be noticed in the screenshot that published date is August 13, 2018 at 6:51 pm. 

As of now deputy commissioners of both districts have not declared any holiday for August 13.   Rains too have subsided.

News that went viral:

 

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  • Lalit, Mlore

    Mon, Aug 12 2019

    DC Has taken good decision by keeping college n schools on Tuesday. Now he his happy that in rains all the students will travel fall sick its already said that night alert to karnataka but then too. DC Has Made Wrong Decision this time. Please do something for children's Sasikanth senthil sir.

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  • ca girishkk, m'lore/dxb

    Mon, Aug 12 2019

    Any where & every where... common men is troubled by this FEKUISM...,

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