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June 22, 2016

Urdu university students end protest

Islamabad

 
June 22, 2016

Islamabad: The Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology students have ended their protest after the vice chancellor assured them of necessary action on demands.

The FUUAST students had been protesting the recent increase in fee, lack of facilities, especially clean drinking water, in the rented building used as campus, and classes in the summer season, for many days.

Sensing the gravity of the situation, FUUAST Vice Chancellor Dr. Suleman D Mohammad called representatives of the students for a meeting and heard their demands before assuring them of necessary action on them without delay.

He asked the students representatives to end protest and got a positive response.

Later, the student leaders announced the immediate end to the protest.

Currently, the FUUAST campus operates in a rented Wapda building near Zero Point.

However, the university has planned to put up own building to house campus on the outskirts of Islamabad. It has already purchased 80 kanals of land near Kuri Road in Chak Shahzad for the purpose.

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