QAU Alumni Shows Serious Concerns On Further Possession Of University Land

ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 18th Oct, 2022 ) :The alumni of Quaid-I-Azam University (QAU) has proven reservations on additional possession of QAU land beneath the Barakahu Bypass Project which has been began on QAU land.

The core committee of QAU Alumni Association, in its emergent assembly, held on Tuesday, identified that QAU being a prestigious larger training establishment, has been ranked repeatedly among the many prime 500 larger training establishments by Times Higher Education and different reputed international rating businesses.

Therefore, the federal government ought to declare it flagship establishment by provision of required monetary sources and resolving lengthy pending land encroachment subject.

The Alumni added that QAU’s valuable land is being additional possessed with out taking the involved stakeholders on board and demanded to resolve the college’s land subject.

The core committee determined that just like the earlier events, the alumni would defend the valuable land of alma mater as vital stakeholder and no compromise could be made on this regard.

They vowed to play an efficient and an vital function as a part of Joint Action Committees.

They totally supported the principled and justified calls for of Joint Action Committee together with demarcation of 1,709 acres QAU land, issuance of redesigned map of QAU land and completion of boundary wall of QAU land by CDA. All these calls for have already been conveyed to the QAU Syndicate .

The alumni, throughout the globe, would proceed to observe the state of affairs carefully and can defend the land of its alma mater.

They hoped that the working group, shaped by University Syndicate, would instantly tackle the real issues raised by the Joint Action Committee, Quaid-I-Azam University Islamabad.

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