A new university without ‘objects and reasons’?

Karachi:March 01:Without any “objects and reasons”, which is necessary to show why legislation is tabled, the Jinnah Sindh Medical University Bill is “illegal”, according to Syed Sardar Ahmed.
Another black chapter was written today,” declared the Muttahida Qaumi Movement parliamentary leader while talking to the media outside the Sindh Assembly. The bill had been pending for the past 15 days but the treasury introduced a new bill all of a sudden, Ahmed said.
Our main objection is that the syndicate of the proposed university should be empowered [for admission] and not the government or the chief minister,” said Faisal Subzwari. “This is an academic institute not a political institution!”
The bill was presented through an undemocratic and uncivilised way,” he claimed. “We are not against the university but the mindset, which wants to control the university.”
There were 40 clauses in the bill which was withdrawn but only 20 in the new bill, Ahmed said.
Govt university, govt’s will
“This is a government university and the government will determine the admission policy,” declared Sharjeel Memon, the information minister, who claimed that the bill copies were given to all legislators.

The Daud university bill passed on Wednesday also contained the same clause, he added. The university was being set up in Karachi and it was “incomprehensible” why the MQM was opposing it, said Memon. National People’s Party legislator Arif Mustafa Jatoi said the previous bill stated that Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre, National Institute Of Cardio Vascular Diseases and National Institute of Child Health would be affiliated with the new university but the new bill was silent about the affiliation of these medical institutions.The news.