Islamabad - The students of Federal Urdu University of Science and Technology on Wednesday protested against the suspension of transport service in campus.

The university transport section has anchored the buses on the differences with the administration causing difficulties for students using the facility.

Dozens of students protested against the administration.

Asim Imam, a student of the university said that the academic activities in the campus are without any direction because of the constant musical chair of the Vice Chancellors started.

“A large number of students didn’t reach the campus after the drivers announced to go on a strike,” he said.

An official informed The Nation said the administration suspended a driver on his refusal to follow the orders. Meanwhile, the university transport drivers association in support of the driver jammed the buses.  The drivers demanded to restore the suspended driver claiming his removal illegal and refused to take buses on the roads.  In separate incident, the students of H-9 College also held a protest against the heavy fines imposed by the college administration. Students , in protest , blocked the avenue outside the college and demanded to immediately remove the fines and solve their issues.

The students also protested on holding of admission forms of the intermediate part-II students . Students held sloganeering against the college administration and Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education for imposing strict rules on students .

Principal College Qasim Masood met the students and assured to solve their problems as soon as possible. He also assured the students of reviewing the fines imposed on them.

Meanwhile, the protest of Daily Wages Teachers in the educational institutes under Federal Directorate of Education entered in fourth day without any progress.  The employees are demanding immediate release of six months salaries and regularization of the service structure.  Number of political personalities including Barrister Saif from MQM and Asad Umer from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf joined the protest and expressed their solidarity till the release of salaries.