Is there an end to the provincial government’s inexplicable indifference, or a limit to private administrators’ business expansion plans? Questions Islamia College students protesting District East rent controller’s eviction orders might want answered sooner rather than later.
While students of the Aisha Bawany College were lucky enough to have been granted the “luxury” of continuing their studies in the existing campus, the future of Islamia College students, however, as of now, seems to be in the doldrums.
As the rent controller’s orders add to the Islamic Education Trust’s (IET) – caretaker of the college property – conviction to have the premises vacated, the police are expected to act soon upon the eviction orders issued on November 23. The matter was initially stayed by the sessions court until November 26.
How they got here
While November’s eviction orders may have been fresh, the college has since 2001 been embroiled…
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