Islamabad police on Thursday briefly kept twelve students and utilized power to end a dissent against holding face-to-face examinations for classes nine to 12 which are planned to start in the not-so-distant future.
Senior Superintendent of Police (Operations) Dr. Mustafa Tanveer disclosed to PakistanIssues.com that the students had begun gathering outside the Higher Education Commission (HEC) office somewhere in the range of 10:30 am and 11 am. They were protesting face-to-face exams just as calling for Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood’s abdication.
Be that as it may, as the number of dissenters expanded, they obstructed the Ninth Avenue, he said. The police then, at that point kept around twelve students and utilized power to scatter the dissidents and clear the street for traffic, the authority said. The students were subsequently delivered.
Various such fights have occurred the nation over lately as the Covid pandemic delayed, influencing educational exercises. In May, over twelve nonconformists were captured and scores of bikes seized during police activity to scatter students organizing a dissent requesting online examinations at Faizabad.
The protesting students yelled trademarks against the government, the federal minister for education, and different officers of the education office. During arrangements between senior authorities from the organization and police, and dissidents, a portion of the students turned savage, authorities had asserted.
These dissenters began harming private vehicles and furthermore beat and harmed the drivers of these vehicles. Accordingly, the police depended on rod charges to scatter the dissenters.
Be that as it may, the dissenters fought back and pelted the police with stones. In the blink of an eye a short time later, the police began teargas shelling and prevailed with regards to scattering the students. Prior to the year, numerous wounds were accounted for after the Punjab Police supposedly charged students protesting against nearby exams in Lahore.