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Students of Agriculture College Quetta staged a sit-in protest against lack of facilities.

Students of Agriculture College Quetta staged a sit-in protest against lack of facilities.
Nov 28, 2019

(Current Balochistan)

Quetta Agriculture College student protest over lack of basic facilities in Abdul Staar Edhi Chowk area of Quetta Capital of Balochistan on Wednesday.

According to details, students of Agriculture College of Quetta blocked traffic at Abdul Staar Edhi road and staged sit-in to protest against 16 hour long load-shedding, lack of facilities in college. A number of students participated in the sit-in chanted slogans against the administration of college and provincial government.

“We are deprived from every basic facility we face 16 hours electricity load-shedding and no internet available as well. We have been forced to come on roads to protest for our rights,” A student said during the protest.

Students said that college students government neglected the students of college during lap top distribution as well.

“We receive 1500 rupees as per the scholarship, which was originally 6 thousand rupees,” protesters complained.

Protester while holding placards demanded that electricity supply to the college be improved. They also appealed government to provide internet and Wifi facility in college and hostel.

Later, after negotiations from the authorities, students ended their protest and cleared the road, as traffic was restored after several hours on Wednesday.


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