Intelligence Agencies Recommend To Dissolve Student Unions

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Intelligence Agencies Recommend To Dissolve Student Unions | PakistanTribe.comLAHORE – Pakistan Intelligence agencies strongly recommend to dissolve the student unions on immediate basis, reported an Urdu daily publishing from Lahore, provincial capital city of Pakistan province Punjab.

To make education system better, issues like uprooting of political and religious student unions, intelligence agencies have recommended to ban all unions and federations that are involved in illegal activities. A crackdown against those student unions which are working against the country was also recommended.

Daily Dunya reported while quoting to the sources that in the new plan, to be implemented soon, the law will be equal for all the leaders, workers, laborers, businessmen and all the other people associated to any religious or political party. “Army discipline will be practiced in all the civil institutions,” told an official.

For the implementation of the plan, six member the committees for each district are established. All of these committees will be given assistance of security and intelligence agencies to promote merit.

Security agencies will shape a plan and recommendations that will be presented to the higher authorities.

One of the senior officers of intelligence agency told on the condition of anonymity that some institutes are working to make the discipline of civilians and other institution better. It includes many officers and we are trying to ensure merit in the country.

 As a reminder, on 9th February 1984, General Zia ul Haq imposed a ban on student unions in all colleges throughout the country, though in Sindh, forming student unions was already made illegal in 1979.


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