Sindh home ministry reveals presence of Al-Qaeda network in KU
KARACHI: Interior Ministry of Sindh revealed on Sunday that Al-Qaeda network has been working in University of Karachi, ARY News reported.
A letter has been written by Sindh’s Interior Ministry to IG of Sindh Police and DG Rangers disclosing that a party with the name ‘Al-Sahab’, having link with Al-Qaeda has been operating in University of Karachi.
It is stated in the letter that they have distributed CDs and books in the Arts lobby of Karachi University containing literature against the democracy and law enforcement agencies.
The distributed CDs have been designed by production house of Al-Qaeda and have their monogram too, mentioned in the letter.
Sindh Home Ministry has issued a written letter along with the sample of distributed content.
The University of Karachi is a public research university, with an approximated of more than 80,000 students currently linked with the university. It is one of the oldest and top ranked university of Pakistan.
The university of Karachi has 53 departments and 20 research centers and institutes, under faculties of Arts, Science, Islamic Studies, Engineering, Law, Pharmacy, Management and Administrative Sciences and Medicine. The enrolment of regular students at the campus is around 28,000 in different range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs.