LAHORE - Provincial Law Minister, Rana Sana Ullah Khan Saturday said that Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif has ordered to end the cases registered against the students of Government College University (GCU) and release them immediately and directed police not to arrest the rest of the students. He expressed these views, while presiding over a meeting called to settle the dispute emerged between GC University administration and students. The meeting was attended by Additional Secretary Academic, Maqsood Mumtaz, Registrar GCU Sahibzada Faisal Khurshed, police officials of concerned police station, affected students and their parents. The minister listened to all the students and said that government would not let any body to create law and order situation in the educational institutions and said inquiry would be held to trace the presence of outsiders in the incident. The minister asked the parents of the students to adopt the reconciliation rather that going into litigations. On the point of a student, the minister ordered the university management to restore the seven expelled students who were punished during disciplinary proceeding. Workshop A five-day training workshop on "Gender Sensitivity and Legal Literacy" organised by the Punjab University Department of Gender Studies started here at the New Campus. PU External Linkages Director Prof Dr Najma Najam was the chief guest of the inaugural ceremony while Institute of Social and Cultural Studies Director Prof Dr Muhammad Hafeez, Prof Dr Hafiz Muhammad Iqbal, Prof Dr Samar Fatima, Ammar Naqvi and Ra'ana Malik were also present on the occasion. Speaking on the occasion, Prof Dr Najma Najam said that equality is guaranteed in our religion and these types of trainings can help us to build our own capacity to address the victims and especially women victims. She said no doubt donor agencies may have their own agenda but the Gender Justice Through Musalihat Anjuman Project (GJTMAP) is relevant with our own society and culture so it is an integral part of our daily suggestion and problem solution. In his address, Prof Dr Muhammad Hafeez briefed the participants about the importance of these types of activities for our society. He said we should implement these programmes according to our religion and society in our own traditions. Prof Dr Samar Fatima made a detailed presentation on Islamic viewpoint on gender role in our society. She said there is dire need to change our behaviours and for this we should learn about Quran and Hadith. Ammar Naqvi, GJTMAP Project Manager briefed the participants about the working and pilot districts of GJTMAP.