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Protest in Gwadar

By ​ our correspondent

 Oct.26,2019

They said the UoB students have been disgraced through secretly recorded videos

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QUETTA: Leaders of different political parties, trade associations and civil society staged a protest demonstration outside the Gwadar Press Club against alleged sexual harassment and blackmailing of students at the University of Balochistan (UoB).

The participants were carrying placards and banners inscribed with different slogans.

Addressing the protesters, National Party’s district president Faiz Nigori, BNP’s Abdul Rehman Pir Bakhsh, PPP’s Ejaz Hussain, PTI’s Maula Bakhgh Mujahib, Anjuman Tajiran leader Ghulam Hussain Dashti and others strongly condemned the scandal and said this act was a crime against the whole society and humanity.

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They said the UoB is the main educational institution of the province where boys and girls are getting education for their bright future but in the name of security, these students have been disgraced through secretly recorded videos.

They said no society could allow committing such a heinous and shameful act with their own children, adding that our tradition rather taught people to sacrifice their lives for the honour of others.

They said in Balochistan parents hardly send their children, particularly girls, for education and in this environment, such incidents seemed to be a conspiracy to bar girls and boys from pursuing higher education.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 26th, 2019.

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