Zamindar College on Bhimbher Road, Gujrat violence
Academic activities come to a halt in Gujrat: College violence
Gujrat, Jan 30: All colleges in the district observed a complete strike
on Thursday against police torture on students and teachers of the Zamindar
College on Bhimbher Road on Wednesday.
Police authorities have suspended
from service Civil Lines Station House Officer Maulvi Sharif and Inspector Abdul
Qayyum Gondal for their action against students and teachers.
and teachers of the Zamindar College demonstrated outside the principal office
against the construction of a wall on what they say college land, and police
torture on the students and teachers on the college premises. The
placards-waving protesters amid anti-government chants demanded action against
District Bar Association and Pakistan Medical Association
activists also took out protest rallies against the police. The colleges in
Sara-i-Alamgeer and Kharian also boycotted classes and took out protest rallies
to express solidarity with the students of Zamindar College.
Lines police registered a first information report of the Wednesday incident.
Sources said the version of both parties – college teachers and students and the
police – was also mentioned in the case. District Police Officer Riaz (DPO)
Nazeer Gara said police would not arrest any student. He suspended Civil Lines
SHO Maulvi Sharif and Inspector Abdul Qayyum Gondal.
DPO Gara and
Superintendent of Police (headquarters) Afzaal Kausar visited the college to
listen to the students and teachers. Students and teachers demanded a criminal
case against City DSP Sikandar Ghuman and Inspector Sharif.
Muslim League-N MPA Nasir Mehmood also visited the college but the protesting
students raised slogans against him and asked him to take action against the
Former chief minister Pervaiz Elahi and MNA Chaudhry
Wajahat Husain telephoned Zamindar College Principal Prof Mumtaz Warraich and
expressed solidarity with him. They condemned the construction of the wall on
the disputed land as well as the police action.
Chief Minister Shahbaz
Sharif took a note of the incident and appointed a two-member inquiry team,
consisting of Board of Revenue member Akhlaque Ahmed Tarrar and Gujranwala
Regional Police Officer Zulfiqar Cheema to probe into the issue. Dawn
Imperial College launches charity initiative
Lahore: Dusk to Dawn is one of the many charity and community development
projects created through the Leadership and Community Development Program (LCD):
a 4-month course at the university headed by Badia Raza, a senior member of the
Imperial College of Business Studies (ICBS) faculty.
The goal of Dusk to
Dawn (project members: Salman Arif, Maryam Zahid, Maryam Arif and Salman
Maqbool) was to recondition the status of 10 houses on Fazal Street, Garhi
Shahu. The group attained sponsorships from private companies to repair the
houses' interiors, cement work, maintain cleanliness and provide house-hold
fittings - heaters, fans and interior lighting. Clothes (jackets, sweaters,
shalwar-kameez suits) were also distributed to the families to aid them during
the winter. The group of four also visited Ayesha Public School on numerous
occasions to deliver lectures to the children on daily health and safety-related
issues. Daily Times
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English speech competition ends
Lahore: The English speech competitions at the secondary level, held under
Chief Minister Punjab Speech Competitions, concluded on Thursday.
many as 48 male and female students participated in these competitions and
expressed their views.
While announcing the results, focal person Haji
Muhammad Dogar said the manner in which the students participated in these
competitions showed that they were very talented and if provided opportunities
they could make their mark.
In girls competitions, Nida Toor of Punjab
School Township Lahore, Aisha Aslam of Safa Educational Complex Okara and Rimsha
Mehmood of Chenab College Chiniot got first, second and third positions
respectively at the secondary level.
In boys-category, Ahmad Murtaza
Wali of Satellite Public School Shakargarh, Ahmad Hassan of City Star Public
High School Faisalabad and Syed Hammad Ali Shah of Military College Jhelum stood
first second and third respectively. The News
Khwaja Farid College upgraded
Lahore: The Punjab government has upgraded Khwaja Farid College,
Rahim Yar Khan, as sub campus of the Islamia University
According to a notification issued by the Higher Education
Department, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has approved upgradation of the
According to university sources, upgradation of the college will
benefit thousands of students of four tehsils of Rahim Yar Khan
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