The classes and academic activities have resumed at Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU) after being remained closed for two days amid student organisations' protest and unrest which prolonged for almost a month. 

Yesterday, Vice Chancellor, Dr. Javed Ashraf stated that university is in connection with local district administration regarding resumption of academic activities hence it will be open on Wednesday. 

According to details, the student organisation has ended the strike but will establish a protest camp in front of administration block for restoration of expelled students. 

After being remained closed for three weeks, the university was opened last week before the students once against started protest and cancelled the classes and punctured university buses on Monday. 

Upon which the administration called security personnel and police resulting in arrest of dozens of students. 

According to APP, Minister for Interior, Ahsan Iqbal on Tuesday directed Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Administration to ensure peace and help restore educational activities at the earliest in Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU).

In a statement issued here, he said only a handful of people cannot ruin future of thousands of students, saying discipline in the universities should not be compromised.

Ahsan Iqbal said Quaid-e-Azam University is an important educational and research institution which should not be made controversial.

He also contacted with the President House on this matter.