IJT activists thrash, kidnap three PU ICD students


Student activists of Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) in support of some external elements thrashed and kidnapped three students of Institute of Communication Studies evening class (Development journalism) when they were waiting for a university bus along with female class fellows outside the department on Friday evening.

According to details, around 10 to 15 workers of IJT attacked the students with clubs and hockey sticks, and misbehaved with the female students.

Later the assailants forcefully took three students to hostel number 15 and held them hostage. Development Journalism students Usman Maan, Saddam Hussain and Imran Bhatti received serious wounds on their arms and heads. Some IJT activists managed to open Saddam Hussain’s Facebook account. They took the pictures and names of his class fellows and are now harassing other students.

When security officers reached the spot and recovered the kidnapped students, the injured were immediately rushed to Jinnah Hospital for medical aid.

ICS female students who were harassed by ICT activists have demanded the Jamat-i-islami leader Sirajul Haq to bridle his party’s student wing, which was tarnishing the image of their party, which is fast loosing political standing in the country.

When security officers reached the scene, the IJT activists fled from the area. The families of the injured students and university administration have approached the police to register an FIR.