Violations were identified in over half of the inspected schools and kindergartens.
The heads of 24 educational institutions have been held accountable and fined over 5 million Tenge for violating safety regulations. This was reported by Marat Kozhaev, First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan, during a government meeting, as reported by Sarbaz.kz.
"The violations are mainly related to non-compliance with video surveillance standards, lack of panic buttons, turnstiles, or licensed security," said Marat Kozhaev, the First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
A total of 56 educational institutions were subjected to inspections. Violations were found in more than half of the inspected schools and preschools, specifically in 2,900 establishments.