LAHORE, Jan 24: The Punjab University vice chancellor has reportedly stopped a teacher of the Institute of Communication Studies from taking classes after reports that she misbehaved with two reporters on Wednesday.

Education reporters met the vice chancellor on Thursday and apprised him of the situation. He asked the Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences dean to look into the matter.

Reporters say the teacher in question shouted at them when they were covering a students’ protest on Canal Road. — Staff Reporter

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