Harassed nurse accuses Nawabshah’s PUMHS officials of attempting to kill her [VIDEO]

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Nawabshah- A practicing nurse at Peoples University of Medical and Health Sciences for Women (PUMHS), Parveen Rind, alleged that the university administration had harassed her since her first year at the university. 

Rind reportedly said that “we were told to be friends with them, go out to dinner or else they would fail, cancel the admission and would hit and harass us if we did not comply with their demands.”

She added that on the morning of the 9th of February, three masked women barged into her hostel room, attempted to kill her, and threatened her that if she told anyone about the harassment, she would be dead. After the incident, the victim immediately told her family. 

In a video circulating on social media, Rind can be seen saying that no girl is safe at the university’s hostel. She said that no student had committed suicide at the hostel, apparently referring to the mysterious deaths of Dr. Nimrita and Dr. Nosheen Shah in their hostel rooms in Chandka Medical College, Larkana. “All had been killed,” she claimed.

After protesting against the university administration and repeated complaints, the Sindh health minister Dr. Azra Pechuho formed a three-member inquiry committee. The committee chairman informed the PUMHS Vice-Chancellor (VC) that he would conduct an inquiry into the incident on the 11th of February at 10 am. As per the media, they have started the investigation without waiting for the report. However, the university’s registrar rejected Rind’s statement in a press release and said no such incident occurred. 

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