Amnesty International Alarmed Over Students Arrest in Lahore


The Amnesty International is alarmed over the arrest of students in Lahore who were holding peaceful demonstrations asking for online exams.

Amnesty International in a  tweet said, “We call for their immediate and unconditional release.”

AI is a non-governmental organization with its headquarters in the United Kingdom focused on human rights founded in London in 1961.

Reportedly, the arrested students include Salman Sikandar (Information Secretary), Zubair Siddique (President PSC, Lahore Chapter), Haris Ahmad (Environmental Secretary, Lahore), Sanaullah Aman (Member Haqooq e Khalaq Movement) and Ali Ashraf Malik (Member Haqooq e Khalaq Movement).

The above mentioned students have been arrested by Punjab Police by early morning in connection with the protest against UCP. The police have arrested 36 students from in front of UCP and they were not granted bail but issued physical remand.

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