Sindhi students face brutal attack within University of Karachi campus

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A group of assilants associated with Jamiyat-e-Talaba, a student organisation of banned Jamat-e-Islami stormed the University of Karachi campus, targeting Sindhi students. This incident is part of a series of attacks on Sindhi students at the university, causing serious concerns about their safety.

During the attack, a student named Shagird Sath suffered severe injuries. Additionally, the assailants erased Sindhi poetic lines from the walls, intensifying the gravity of the situation.!3&btvi=1&fsb=1&xpc=hCEiJG5j95&p=https%3A//

The government’s perceived inaction in response to these incidents, raises questions about its concerns for Sindhi community. Calls for accountability and justice are growing as demands for swift action against the attackers gain traction.

Also, it is not the first that the criminals of Jamiyat have targeted Sindhis in the University of Karachi. These type of attacks are guided by a mentality that considers every community and religion outside Islam as alien, having no human rights at all. The attack has once again highlighted the worsening situation of Sindhis and other minority communities in Pakistan

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