A student killed in Rangers clashes with student groups at Islamic University.
More than two dozen students have been injured when a student was killed in an armed confrontation between two student organizations at the International Islamic University in the Federal Capital, Islamabad.
Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Hamza Shafqat confirmed the death of a student on the social networking site Twitter, saying the Islamabad administration has taken over the responsibility of security of the university while keeping the Rangers in control of the situation. Has also been sought.
The university administration has announced the closure of the university today (Friday).
According to information provided by a spokesman of the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), 29 injured students were brought to the hospital. He said a student, later identified as Tafil-ur-Rehman Khan, was brought to the hospital in a dead condition, which was carried out overnight in the presence of the post-mortem police.
Islamic Jamaat students claim that the dead students belong to their organization. Jamaat activists also shared photos of the student killed on social media.
According to the spokesman of the Islamic Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Raja Umair, Tafil belonged to Gilgit-Baltistan and was studying economics at the university.
According to the PIMS spokesperson, the delivery of the injured to the hospital started at 8.30 pm on Thursday night. He said that minor injuries have been discharged from the hospital after providing first aid while two students are in critical condition.
Sajjad Abbasi, secretary of Jamaat-e-Islami district Islamabad, told the BBC that the Educational Expo had been running for the past three days at the International Islamic University which was organized by Jamaat activists.
“The expo was inaugurated on Tuesday by Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj-ul-Haq and its last day was Thursday. The incident occurred during Asha's prayer hours when a meeting of former Jamaat members and officials was in progress. '
The funeral procession of students killed by Islamic Jamaat students has been announced on Friday morning at the Kashmir Highway, the main highway of Islamabad.
Social workers, students, and others on the social networking site Twitter have expressed their regret over the incident after the students collided.
Social activist Ammar Ali Jan tweeted that he was very sorry to hear about the murder of the student. Violence has devastated every aspect of our society.
'All groups have to adopt non-violence. Violence disrupts the basic principles of democracy and humanity’.