- Sharmila Farooqi helps UoL college students over proposal fiasco
- A video of a lady taking place on her knee and proposing to a male scholar had taken social media by storm
- The UoL had expelled the scholars after the video went viral following a disciplinary committee assembly
PPP chief and the social gathering’s MPA from Sindh, Sharmila Farooqi on Sunday reacted to the College of Lahore proposal video that took social media by storm and subsequently resulted within the termination of the 2 college students concerned in it.
A video by which a feminine scholar taking place on her knee and proposing to a different scholar went viral on social media a number of days in the past. Whereas many praised the lady for taking the initiative, others lashed out at them and demanded motion be taken over the incident.
Learn extra: Lahore college proposal video takes Twitter by storm; each college students expelled
The College of Lahore expelled the scholars after the video went viral, incomes the ire of the Pakistani Twitterati.
Sharmila Farooqi has additionally thrown her weight behind the scholars by praising the act.
“Powerful! Expressive! Full of hope & love! More power to the youth!” tweeted Sharmila.
UoL’s expulsion letter
The varsity had issued a letter on Friday by which it stated the disciplinary committee had determined to expel the scholars.
“A meeting of the Special Disciplinary Committee was held on 12-3-2021 at 10:30am in the Office of the Rector,” reads the notification.
It had stated that the 2 college students “were involved in gross misconduct and violation of University rules”, including that they had been summoned earlier than the committee however had “failed to appear”.
The order additional acknowledged that in pursuance of Part 9 of the Common Self-discipline and Code of Conduct on the Campus, the committee had determined to expel the 2 college students for violating the varsity’s guidelines and rules and “serious infraction of the code of conduct”.
“Furthermore, as per Section 16 […] they are debarred from entering the premises of University of Lahore and all its sub-campuses.”