HRCP slams attack on Sindh University teachers
Karachi: The Sindh chapter of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) on Monday expressed deep outrage over an attack on three faculty members of Sindh University, Jamshoro.
In a statement issued by Vice Chairperson Amarnath Motumal, he said they had come to know that Sindh University teachers Amar Sindhu, Arfana Mallah and Dr Rabia Asma Memon were attacked while they were returning to Hyderabad from Karachi during which Amar Sindhu suffered a bullet injury. A report of the attack was registered at the Gadap police station.
“Ms. Amar Sindhu, Ms. Arfana Mallah and Dr. Rabia Asma Memon along with other faculty members and staff of Sindh University had been protesting for the last six months against the Vice Chancellor of Sindh University who according to the faculty and the staff was responsible for deteriorating law and order situation and the murder of Prof. Channar,” he said.
Amarnath Motumal demanded of the government to provide security to the university teachers, and arrest the culprits involved in the cowardly attack on peaceful teachers.
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