AKU student commits suicide
KARACHI: A student of Aga Khan university (AKU) committed suicide on premises late Wednesday night time. The 2d-year nursing student, Waseemullah Khan, was once observed striking from the ceiling of his dorm room, a safety look after at the hostel told The categorical Tribune. Nevertheless, school members refused to remark.
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The student hailed from Gilgit and was once studying on a full scholarship and job guarantee at AKU’s Nursing university. The reason for the suicide will not be but recognized.
“We haven’t but decided whether or not the body will probably be exceeded over to the household or be despatched for an post-mortem,” a professor said on the condition of anonymity. All classes and examinations have been cancelled.
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“it appears the pupil committed suicide but the police is investigating the case from unique angles while the statements of his fellows, administration and family will also be recorded,” Gulshan SP Dr Fahad said.
This is not the primary time a scholar at AKU has committed suicide. Ishfaq Hussain, a 21-yr-historical clinical student from Chitral used to be determined striking from the ceiling fan within his dorm room on the AKU in 2010. “Ishfaq left a 4-page suicide observe,” confided one scientific pupil practically him. The observe, he alleged, precise the younger man’s miserable existence at AKU. The AKU administration’s officials originally denied that Ishfaq had left any suicide word
He was meant to avoid wasting lives, but took his own
last week, 27-year-old Abdul Basit Jamal Siddiqui, a ultimate-year pupil of BDS at the Hamdard school’s (HU) most important campus, committed suicide with the aid of immolating himself. The obvious intent at the back of this extreme motion: the university’s administration did not permit him to show up in his ultimate paper. He reached the institution late considering that of which the college administration disallowed him from appearing in the examination.
The exam for the paper was once held between 11am to 1pm on the university’s primary campus on Monday, but Abdul Basit arrived on the campus 1/2 an hour after the paper ended. He got here in at round 1:30pm when the examination had already finished and external examiners left the tuition, read a text message despatched in by way of the university administration.