PU students want jihad, not music
LAHORE, May 15(Daily Times): Dr Ishtiaq Ahmed Gondal of PU's Islamic Studies Department
repeatedly urged the vice chancellor to make sure Islamic culture was maintained
on campus. Before inviting the VC for his presidential address, Dr Ishtiaq said
on stage that PU students did not like the culture of music and Valentine's Day
on campus and that the VC should make sure Islamic culture persisted on campus.
He said, "PU students want jihad and not foreign culture and music."
apparent reply to Dr Ishtiaq's comment, the VC briefed the conference's
participants about the developments in the university during the past few years.
He also announced Rs 100,000 for the Faculty of Islamic Studies. Dr Ishtiaq is a
former nazim of the Islami Jamiat Talaba's PU chapter.
"This is the Teacher.The one in Pharmacy,about whom IJT activists has been alleged to beat him,was not a teacher.A teacher n supporting musical nite is a shame for whole nation."
City, Country: Islamabad,Pakistan