Rajouri: Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University Rajouri has termed the strike of few students on Monday as unjustified as all the issues raised by the students stood already resolved. University has said that the protest after resolving all issues is motivated and it has been launched to malign the image of the University.
An official spokesperson of the University has said that after deliberation with students by the University authorities and district administration, all the issues were resolved and Registrar Mohammad Rashid Chowdhary was transferred as OSD to Vice Chancellor till the investigation is completed who has already assumed office as OSD besides has surrendered his official vehicle of Registrar to the officiating Registrar Mohammad Ishaq.
University handout said that new officiating Registrar has also assumed charge in August 22 , 2015 (Saturday) soon after issuance of order by the University and operated his office from the office of Registrar besides he is operating the office of Controller of Examination.
University has termed the news item published in English Daily of Jammu as totally fabricated in which it was mentioned that Mohammad Rashid Chowdhary has violated the University order by not leaving Registrar office and vehicle. This is totally concocted story and there is no truth in it, official handout said adding that Chowdhary has already joined as OSD after 15 minutes when he was given the University order.
University authorities said that till afternoon on Monday all the students had resumed classes but abruptly they blocked the road again and started protest which is unjustified as there is now no issue with them. It said that the fresh protest is purely motivated and somebody does not want to see University functioning smoothly.
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