MULTAN - Strongly condemning students attack at Multan Press Club, the journalists staged a protest here on Thursday, demanding stern action against those involved in the rampage. On the other hand, two separate cases were registered by the Cantt and Alpa police against the students and two professors on different offences. Sources said that the Cantt Police booked 139 accused including 39 nominated and 100 unknown students as well as two professors namely Dr Ali and Dr Waheed. Similarly, the Alpa Police also registered a case against students on complaint of BZU administration for taking away university busses forcibly. An executive member of the press club namely Jahangir Moon was killed while nine others injured when the students of Veterinary Science Department of Bahauddin Zakariya University became violent and pelted stones and bricks on the press club. The students were staging a protest demonstration against non-recognition of their degrees and an exchange of hot words with the photographers sparked the riot. At least 37 students have so far been arrested and two busses impounded by the Cantt Police in a post-incident crackdown while raids are being conducted to round up the remaining accused. Meanwhile, the MPC administration has also imposed strict ban on coverage of all kinds of protest and other activities with immediate effect. This ban is imposed for the sake of security of the press club, declared Nisar Awan, general secretary of MPC. He said that all photographers and cameramen were asked not to cover any event and honour the ban. If any member of the press club violates this ban, he shall have to face action in light of clubs constitution, he added. It may not be out of place to mention here that clashes between photographers and protesters take place frequently. However, the recent clash took a very serious turn as the students got highly violent and they badly damaged the building of MPC besides completely ruining half a dozen cars. Meanwhile, the police produced 35 students in the court who were later sent on judicial remand to the jail.