SRINAGAR: With no sign of improvement in the situation inside the campus, Kashmir University authorities on Saturday decided to extend the suspension of class work for three more days.
“This is for information of all concerned that the suspension of class work in the Main Campus is extended up to June 30”, unnamed university PRO said in a statement late on Saturday.
Earlier the university authorities had suspended the class work up to July 27 following student protests over the arrest of Muzamil Farooq, a student of English Department by police.
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