Students should have been punished, expulsion from university is not the solution: Shahbaz Gill

Lahore: The students who proposed should have been punished, expulsion from the university is not the solution. According to reports, Shahbaz Gill, special assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan, has opposed expelling the students for proposing.

According to details, a video has gone viral on social media in recent days in which a boy and a girl can be seen proposing each other at the university.

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In this regard, Special Assistant Shahbaz Gill, while tweeting on the social networking website Twitter, said that these are small children and are unaware of many complexities of life. We should pray for their guidance, we should try our best, not separate them from their education system.

Dr. Shahbaz Gill says that it is true that they should have avoided embracing in public, keeping in view our culture and traditions but expelling them from university is not the answer. Shahbaz Gill further said the students should instead have been given a small punishment. Getting education is their basic right.

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According to reports, yesterday at Lahore University, a girl and a boy had offered flowers to each other and hugged each other. A large number of students are present on the occasion who captured these scenes on their mobile phones. Both students study at a private university in Lahore.

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As soon as the video hit social media, the university administration took action after seeing strong criticism from the public. The university administration expelled the two from the university for publicly expressing love for each other and barred them from re-entering the university premises.

The university administration took the position that both the students were expelled from the university for violating the code of conduct. On social media, some people are opposing the expulsion of students from the university, as the move has put their education at stake.

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