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In Karachi Jamiat and Pakhtoon Student Groups clash, 20 Arrested

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In Karachi Jamiat and Pakhtoon Student Groups clash, 20 Arrested

Karachi: Police arrested 20 students for creating a law and order situation after two rival student organisations clashed at New M A Jinnah Road on Saturday.

The clash took place between activists of the Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba (IJT) and Pakhtoon Student Federation (PkSF) that are active in Islamia College and Dawood College of Engineering and Technology (DCET).

Police baton-charged and tear-gassed the students to disperse them. A number of students sustained injuries during the baton charge, though none were serious. Jamshed Town DSP Nawaz Ranjha said that cases have been registered against the arrested students for creating law and order situation.

During the clash, the activists blocked the New M A Jinnah Road and pelted stones on passing vehicles. Following the incident, a heavy contingent of law enforcers arrived and made arrests from the spot. The angry students also hurled stones at law enforcers when they tried to defuse the situation. DSP Ranjha further said that this clash was in retaliation of a clash that took place in Gulshan College on Friday.

Law enforcers have been deputed at Islamia College and DCET to avoid any untoward incident, the officer added. Moreover, according to a handout, the IJT condemned the incident and claimed that six of their workers sustained injuries as they were brutally beaten by the PkSF workers. One of the IJT workers among the injured has also received critical injuries. The IJT demanded the government, as well as, the law enforcement agencies to take action against the rival group.

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