KARACHI - Karachi University (KU), has forced the department's teaching faculty to launch a movement against the chairperson of Islamic History department, Prof Dr Nigar Sajjad Zaheer, who has allegedly undermined the academic activities at the department. On the first step of the movement, teachers will go on two-day strike from Wednesday to condemn the unjustified activities of Prof Nigar at the department; as the higher officials of the KU are not talking any notice over the grievances of the teachers, The Nation learnt on Monday, while talking to angry teachers, including Assistant Professor Sofia Naz, Farzana Jabeen, Muhammad Zubair, Samina Hassnain, Humera Naz and Uzma Perveen. They said that they had already forwarded several applications to the KU Vice Chancellor to aware higher officials of the varsity, Registrar, Dean Faculty of Arts, Members of Syndicates and Office Bearers of the University Teachers' Society. They alleged, "Our head of the department has completely failed to handle the affairs of the department, as the worse condition of class rooms is depicting the real face of the her administration. Some teachers are being favoured beyond the law, while the majority of the teachers are being ignored in term of fulfilling their genuine demands. The angry teachers have demanded the removal of Prof Dr Nigar Sajjad Zaheer from her position and suggested the KU administration to appoint Prof Dr Shakil Siddiqui as head of the department to prevent the academic future of the department.