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لاہور کے ایم اے او کالج میں طلبہ تنظیموں کے درمیان فائرنگ کا تبادلہ lahore mao

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لاہور… لاہور کے ایم اے او کالج میں طلبہ تنظیموں کے درمیان فائرنگ کا تبادلہ ہوا جو دو گھنٹے تک جاری رہا، بعد ازاں طلبا نے کالج کے باہر احتجاجی مظاہر ہ کیا اور سڑکیں بلاک کر دیں۔ پولیس کے مطابق آج صبح ایم اے او کالج میں معمول کے مطابق کلاسیں جاری تھیں اور نویں کے امتحانات ہو رہے تھے کہ ایم ایس ایف کے دو گروپوں نے مورچہ بند ہو کر ایک دوسرے پر فائرنگ شروع کر دی، جس سے طلبہ و طالبات کلاسوں میں محصور ہو کر رہ گئے، فائرنگ کا سلسلہ وقفے وقفے سے دو گھنٹے جار ی رہا، تاہم کوئی زخمی نہیں ہوا ، اطلاع ملنے پر پولیس وہاں پہنچ گئی لیکن کالج کے اندر داخلہ نہ ہو سکی،فائرنگ رکنے کے بعد پویس نے اندر داخل ہو کر کالج کی تلاشی لی اور کالج کا کنٹرول سنبھال لیا، لیکن اس وقت تک فائرنگ کر نے والے فرار ہو چکے تھے، اسی دوران دیگر طلبہ نے کالج سے باہر آ کر احتجاجی مظاہر ہ کیا اورٹائر جلا کر سڑکیں بلاک کر دیں۔


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Police called in Lahore M.a.o college after students clash
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2008, 09:30:30 PM »
Police called in Lahore college after students clash

April 28, 2008

Police called in Lahore college after students clashThe students of two groups in MAO college Lahore exchanged heavy firing on Monday for about two hours. According to police armed activists of two factions of Muslim Students Federation (MSF) held positions in MAO College and exchanged fire during the 9th class examinations in the college. The students were trapped in their classes during the shootout, which was continued for about two hours. The police reached to the college during the firing but could not enter in the premises. The police entered in the college as the firing subsided but the gunmen sneaked out of the premises. The students of the college held protest demonstration outside the college and burnt tyres to protest against the incident.
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MAO College to reopen tomorrow
« Reply #2 on: May 01, 2008, 01:05:43 PM »
MAO College to reopen tomorrow

Our Staff Reporter
LAHORE - Government MAO College will reopen on May 2 (tomorrow) after a three days closure following a clash between the two rival groups of students in the college.
The college premises are virtually under the siege of police, which guarded the entire premises and the main gate. The teaching and non-teaching staff attended the college on Wednesday while there was strict vigilance on the gate. The situation was, however, tense while the principal performed his duties. More police staff is likely to be posted on May 2 as precaution measures. However, the entire masterminds of the clash were in police custody and there was no likelihood of any trouble on Friday (tomorrow).
Meanwhile, the college authorities were scrutinizing the record of admission forms to ascertain the extent of irregularities in the admissions. They seized at least 900 admission forms duly filled and attached with documents, from the office of the student groups from whom the authorities claim they have taken handsome amount. Wall chalking of MSF slogans was also cleared from the college’s outer wall.
Principal College Muhammad Khan said that he has expelled both of the parties of the students involved in clashes in the college as they were looters and being backed by certain influential people. He said that the Punjab government has instructed him to deal with such miscreants with iron hands.
He said that the police have recovered more than 800 admission forms of the students, which were submitted to the so-called students leaders and also deposited their fee to them. To a question, whether college administration would provide any sort of relief to students who were misused by the miscreants, he said no, as they bargained with them outside the college so the administration was not responsible for it.
He revealed that the said students looted the applicants of admission with the connivance of former Principal College Syed Maqsood-ul-Hassan Bukhari who referred the applicants to such looters instead of redressal of their complaints.
Mr Khan said that the services of Maqssod had been terminated as he was already serving after the retirement on extension in service.

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