More than 100 protesting students arrested in police crackdown in QAU

ISLAMABAD: The police have guaranteed to have captured more than 100 protesting students on Monday after scholastic exercises and educating continued at the Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU). The nonconformists were arrested when they were discovered showing against the hike in fees. Countless FC staff are available at the grounds to guarantee that scholastic exercises are not intruded. Ladies police authorities are also present on the grounds.

As indicated by reports, there were conflicts with law enforces at different areas over the college. The students laid down before the transports in dissent, following which police directed a crackdown and captured the protestors.

According to prior reports, instructing and scholastic exercises were required to continue on Monday in the college following a three-week break inferable from understudies’ challenge against fees hike.

The college issued a notice Thursday night saying it has withdrawn its choice to make a 10 percent upward modification in the fees, its vice chancellor uncovered, after which the understudies finished up their challenge.