Two Peshawar University sisters rusticated over links with IS

Two sisters rusticated over links with IS |

PESHAWAR – The medical college of Peshawar has canceled the admission of two sisters for their alleged links with international terrorist outfit Daesh, they were left in the middle of a trip to Murree by the college.

The sisters said that the action taken by the college is a result of their religious background; they also claimed that the college staff subjected them to mental torture.

In the reply of accusation, the college principal said that no such event has taken by the authorities till now.

“They have been expelled for disciplinary reasons. Many of our students wear hijab to which we have never raised any objection,” he said, as quoted by Samaa.

This is the second event reported in two months in which female student has found in connection with the Islamic State (IS).

Few days before a second-year student of Liaquat University of Medical and Health Science was arrested during a raid paramilitarily forces on an IS cell in Lahore, Noreen Leghari belongs to Hyderabad and she is a daughter of a professor.


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