KL NEWS NETWORK
For the ‘smooth traffic system’ in the premises of Kashmir University (KU), the authorities have started installation of automated stoppers at the main entrances of the university.
The university officials claim the decision was taken four months back and it is only now the installation process has started. “The decision was taken just to stop the entry of outside vehicles that are not part of university. You can find many people inside campus who are neither students nor staff of KU but they keep their vehicles parked inside campus,” Naseer Iqbal, chief proctor of KU said.
He adds, “KU is highest seat of learning so we want to provide pollution less environment to our members.”
So far, students were supposed to get entry passes for their vehicles and now they will have to get automated passes instead. Observers said that the move will stop people from parking their vehicles inside the campus.
“The KU proctorial staff did not let any vehicle to enter or leave the campus from Sir Syed Gate o Tuesday as the work on the patch near it is going on,” a student.