Universities’ academic staff postpones protest

February 18,2019

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LAHOE: The Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association (FAPUASA) has postponed black day announced earlier against International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) administration on faculty ‘victimisation’.

The decision was announced by executive council represented by all provinces in Lahore on February 12. Central President, FAPUASA, Dr Mahboob Hussain through a statement said that the crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman visit to Pakistan is long awaited and carries utmost importance. The black day in response to the faculty victimisation on raising their voices against the illegal award of degree to the son of President International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) Dr Ahmed Yousal Aldarweish and massive instances of corruption prevailing in IIUI has been postponed owing to MBS visit.

However, the black will be observed on February 28 to condemn the intolerable and unconstitutional behaviour of IIUI authorities and delaying tactics for the reinstatement of victimised faculty members.


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