Educational activities have been restored at Quaid-e-Azam University on Tuesday after 20 days of chaos and mayhem.
QAU reopened in the federal capital and the education activities have begun as per routine. According to Express News, police have released all the students arrested in the past two days.
The protest was sparked by students advocating readmission of their expelled companions. Prior to this, the university had remained closed due to protests against fee hike.
However, the university reopened on Monday after the administration took back its decision. But demonstrations soon began again as some students were denied entry.
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A large number of students turned up at the campus following Sunday’s announcement by the university administration that the varsity will reopen after almost three weeks. However, a group of Baloch students tried to stop the university buses and staged a sit-in against the administration, faculty and the syndicate committee, sources told The Express Tribune.