THE chapter of Benazir Bhutto Medical University, Larkana, evening college has finally ended, hopefully forever, leaving behind the teary-eyed students with all their hopes and dreams shattered. The students and their parents were betrayed and misinformed. Apart from wastage of time and money, the emotional toil is remarkable.

A strict action against the administration of the university is mandatory. Will the vice-chancellor get away after defaming the institute and jeopardising the people’s careers despite repeated warnings from the PMDC?

FAISAL HAMEED SHAIKH
Sukkur


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nadeem
Aug 12, 2013 04:19pm

Vice Chancellor had paid millions of rupees to the high ups to get that post.He is running in seventees but still hopeful of getting the another tenure.As long as the corrupt,dishonest and inept provincial government of PPP is here nobody would question him.