Baloch students expelled over terrorism allegations


Bahauddin Zakariya University in Multan, Punjab, expelled Baloch students citing fear of terrorist activities

According to the details received by the Balochistan Post, University administration expelled ethnic Baloch and Pashtun students over the allegations of involvement in terrorist activities.

Whereas, students claimed that they had no idea and the university authorities came to them in their hostel rooms and asked them to leave the premises. They were forced to sleep outside the university gate on the roads.

In a video circulating on Social media, a university officer could be seen directing other personnel to push the students out of the university gate and asking them to check the belonging of students alleging that they might be hiding arms and ammunition.

It is pertinent to mention that several universities in Punjab had started to collect data of Baloch students in the wake of an attack on Chinese consulate on last Friday, which was claimed by an insurgent group based in Balochistan.

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Nor University authorities neither Punjab government has issued any statements regarding the alleged terrorist activities and collection of data on Baloch students.

Analysts criticize this treatment of students in Punjab and said that this would only push Baloch students towards militancy.