Now GMC students want expulsion of ‘fishy dcotors’

KL Report

SRINAGAR

The undergraduate students of Government Medical College (GMC) Srinagar are going to stage a protest demonstration on Thursday at college campus against the CET-2012 paper leakage scam.

Talking to KNS Faizan Younis the president of under graduate students union of GMC Srinagar, said: “We are going to stage a protest demonstration in GMC tomorrow. We will strongly press for expulsion of the students who have made their entry in the college using illegal means.”

Younis told KNS that it has become difficult for under graduate students to face the public, faculty, staff in the hospital and their acquaintances.   “Everybody suspects our credentials. So there is no way but to demand expulsion of those students who have illegally joined this college. Otherwise our credibility is at stake,” Younis told KNS.

He informed that hundreds of students especially those from the batch 2012 will take part in Thursday’s protest programme to show that they won’t tolerate any injustice with them. “Students of batch 2012 who joined this college without any dubious means are more frustrated because they are the worst sufferers of the credibility crisis,” the president GMC students union observed.

Younis appealed the government to take some concrete decision for expulsion of the students who have benefited out of CET-2012 paper leakage scam. “The government should clear its stand if it wants to restore credibility of this prestigious institution besides the students who have to face the world,” Yonis added.

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