Female student commits suicide after barred from exams. A student girl, who led a protest against suspension of classes at her college.
A student girl, who led a protest against suspension of classes at her college owing to a shortage of female teachers, committed suicide.
After the college principal refused to send her examination form to the intermediate education board.
Female student commits suicide after barred from exams
Saqiba Kakar, who a second year intermediate student, and 12 other girls suspended from sitting their intermediate final exams.
Principal Abida Ghous, allegedly for staging a demonstration outside the Quetta Press Club demanding resumption of classes at their institution.
“She committed suicide because the college principal did not send her examination form to the intermediate board as she had led a protest procession of the college.
“She repeatedly requested the principal and college administration to send her examination form.
But the principal refused on the ground that she did not have the required attendance for appearing in the exams.
Students had been victimised by the principal and clerical staff for taking part in the protest procession.
Police said that an investigation was under way into the incident as the hospital officials.
The family concerned did not inform police about it and they informed them on Saturday although the burial of the girl took place.
CM has formulated a committee which will investigate the matter.
The CM directed Commissioner Zhob to probe the incident, Balochistan government spokesman Anwarul Haq Kakar told DawnNews.
Balochistan Education Minister Rahim Ziaratwal said a three-member committee formed to investigate the ‘tragic incident’.
Female student commits suicide after barred from exams.
The education minister constituted a three-member committee comprising senior officials of the education department to investigate.
The matter and ordered that the inquiry report should submitted to him and the chief minister within five days.