LAHORE - The tussle between PU administration and IJT activists on the issues of students expulsion and forcible attempt to establish union offices in PU hostels and some departments has reached at the boiling point. Non-cooperative attitude of police and fear of taking offensive action by the IJT activists at the PU hotels and new campus departments to establish their hegemony have panicked the varsity administration and students who are expecting high turmoil at the campus in the coming days. Fearing this, the varsity administration Wednesday sought police protection at hostel No 1 and philosophy department where the armed activists want to establish their offices despite ban on union activities. The university is planning to expel more students out of 60 students, mostly IJT activists, who broke the wall of PU campus at gunpoint the other day, sources revealed. The varsitys disciplinary committee is working to deal with the matter of further expulsions. Official sources said the IJT activists had occupied rooms in hostels without any fear and the PU administration was helpless in maintaining its writ mainly due to non-cooperation of the police. PU Students Advisor Iftikhar Malik informed The Nation that strict action would be taken against the IJT activists who staged an armed attack at the four rooms of the said hostel for making their offices. In the meanwhile, the Academic Staff Association has vowed to stage a protest demonstration, which will be led by the PU vice chancellor to the Governors House, against the high-headedness of IJT and filthy language being used by them against the university administration. It is pertinent to mention that the PU students are already staging protests against expulsions of the students on charges of bullying and harassment at the campus. The PU administration has filed an application in New Muslim Town Police Station for registering an FIR against the dozens of IJT activists who demolished the walls of hostel rooms at gum point in a bid to reorganise their old union set-up at four rooms of Hostel No 1, New Campus. In this regard, an application was submitted to the DSP Muslim Town Police Station on Wednesday against 60 IJT activists on the behalf of Arshad Mehmood, Head Watcher of Punjab University. Before submission of the application to the DPS, SHO of the area was not ready to receive the application against the IJT armed activists. The application for the FIR included names of IJT activists Usman Ashraf, Rehan, Anhan, Waseem, Arif Jutt, Amir Yaqoob, Hafiz Waseem, Orangzeb, Jamshed, Jabbar, Israr and others. PU Resident Officer Shahid Gul told TheNation that on Wednesday Usman Ashraf and some other IJT activists tried to occupy the rooms of Philosophy Dept for setting up the union offices while the police were not responding to protect the PU peace despite the written application against them.