Varsity rejects SUTA statement
Hyderabad, July 31: The administration of the University of Sindh rejected on Monday apprehensions expressed by the Sindh University Teachers Association (SUTA) about violence on the Jamshoro campus and said classes would commence as per schedule after summer vacations.
It said in a statement that SUTA had tried to create panic in order to get undue favour from society. Vice-Chancellor Dr Nazir Mughal played an important role in the progress of the university and a vast majority of teachers, employees and students are in his favour.
He solved the problems of teachers and employees and the Sindh University Employees Welfare Association has also expressed its solidarity with the vice-chancellor.
"A small group of teachers is trying to exploit the situation and continues to level allegations against the VC."
Affairs of the university, the statement says, are being run smoothly and peacefully, but SUTA is talking about bloodshed on the campus to create panic among the masses.
The SUTA leaders have issued a political statement in order to undermine peace in the university, it says.
The administration rejected the allegations levelled by SUTA about patronising a group of students.Your Comments
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