Baloch college students of Bahauddin Zakaria College march to Islamabad demanding their proper to schooling

LAHORE: The Baloch College students Council, which started its protest towards the Bahauddin Zakariya College (BZU) 40 days in the past, has now begun a protest march from the college campus in Multan to Islamabad after the scholarships for Baloch college students have been cancelled.

In response to the listing of calls for put by the Council, the college administration should take again its resolution and reopen the scholarships for Baloch college students.

It has additionally demanded that scholarships be issued for the seats of tribal areas of Dera Ghazi Khan and Rajan Pur.

Earlier, the college had issued a notification cancelling the scholarships for Baloch college students and justified it by saying that the choice got here after a monetary disaster.

The scholars had been protesting for the previous 40 days. Nevertheless, the difficulty remained unheard identical to different problems with Baloch college students.

Now, they’ve begun marching in the direction of Islamabad, and are marching at this very second when this report is being written.

“It is rather widespread for folks of Balochistan to protest towards different political and human rights points, however right here we’re standing simply to ask for our primary proper of schooling. Sadly even for schooling, we’ve got to come back out on the streets and cry for such petty issues,” the scholars stated.

In response to reviews, the members of the Baloch College students’ Council have obtained overwhelming help from different Baloch college students organisations.

Protests like this give rise to questions concerning the remedy of Baloch college students by the Pakistani state establishments. Staple items like the proper to schooling are being snatched from them and they’re compelled to protest outdoors the schools as an alternative of attending courses.

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