Sindh Madressatul Islam University teachers Association Declares Black Day in Protest Against Administrative Victimizations and Harassment


The Sindh Madressatul Islam University Teacher’s Association (SMUTA) has observed Black Day in response to the ongoing administrative victimization, harassment, non-compliance of Rental Ceiling allowance Notification and disrespect faced by the faculty and employees of the university.

Faculty members, Officers and Staff tied black ribbons on their arms as token of protest to condemn the unjust actions of administration and targeting of faculty members and employees.

The Vice Chancellor has started victimization of faculty members and other employees who have raised voice against injustice, victimization, irregularities, harassment and non-compliance of rental ceiling allowances.

The incidents of harassment, fabricated inquiries, unnecessary explanations, arbitrary salary deductions, unwarranted transfers, and even life threats to faculty and employees have reached at the alarmingly situation within the university.

Despite repeated efforts by university senate members to communicate concerns to the Vice Chancellor, the administration has consistently failed to address these pressing issues in a timely manner.

Prior to the demonstration a letter to Chief Minister of Sindh have been written by Senate members for redressal of issues being faced by SMIU when Vice Chancellor has not responded to any concerns of University teachers, Earlier senate members in senate meeting raised several concerns over irregularities on financial matters of university.

Expressing solidarity with the affected faculty members and employees of the university, SMUTA President Muhammad Ameen Chhajro strongly condemns such acts by the Vice Chancellor which emphasized the need for urgent action to address these issues and ensure a safe and conducive working environment for all.

“In light of the continuous threats, harassment, and disrespect faced by our colleagues, SMUTA stands united in condemning such unacceptable acts,” said President Chhajro.

“The ongoing victimization and pressure tactics employed by the administration not only undermine the morale of the faculty and staff but also put at the risk the integrity and reputation of our esteemed institute”.

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