KARACHI – The activists of separatist movements are gripping the educational institutes of the city while black sheeps in law enforcers are supporting them on ethnic basis; it is reliably learnt to Pakistan Tribe.
According to sources dozens of activists of separatist movements are running their activities in the main universities and colleges of the city. The suspects are managing their organizational structure with in the departments and class rooms.
They are also distributing their literature in terms of booklets while study circles regarding their ideology being conducted in the institutes. Special lectures are being carried out to convince the students. Anti state booklets, magazines, stickers and posters are providing to the students, participating on regular basis in the meetings.
“These are anti state activities but law enforcers are just ignoring due to unknown reasons”, said a student on anonymity and added “we are unable to counter it”.
The activists of Jey Sindh Liberation Army JSLA and Baloch Liberation Army BLA are working in the universities, distributing their literatures and conducting their meetings. They are working under the shelter of different other students organizations.
The activists of the said organizations are targeting new students for the anti state activities while administration playing no role to solve the problem.
These organizations are mainly being handled from the universities of interior Sindh especially from Chandka Medical College, Jamshoro University and educational institute in Larkarna.
These banned groups have gripped most of the educational buildings of the interior Sindh and now trying to penetrate in the main universities of the financial hub of the country. .
More than 500 personnel of Pakistan Rangers are getting all the facilities, including residential facilities in the student’s hostels, in universities.
They are posted to provide security to the students of the university but sectarian activities are being run under their nose. 100 personnel of intelligence agencies are also working in universities.