After Revoking The 6 Inch Rule, Bahria University's New Way Of Enforcing “Ghairat” Has Infuriated Students

By Bisma Rizwan | 26 Jun, 2018

It honestly hasn’t been long since Bahria University came around with a new rule saying how girls and guys had to maintain a distance of six inches at all times.

Remember this?

Via Facebook

Yeah… it didn’t go down well with the students. At ALL. And I mean…six inches? Scale le kar baitho ge?

Source: Tenor

Matlab, kuch bhi?! 

Even though they revoked that rule, there’s a new one in place and I mean, it’s really not helping tbh…

Source: Dharma Productions

Females students have been barred from using all of the campus cafes except for the Dean’s Cafeteria, according to the newly issued notification.

And honestly, no one actually, truly understands what the hell is going on.

Can we take a minute to look at the subsequent points?

“Forwarded for compliance with immediate effect.” And if this isn’t followed through with, it’s a disciplinary issue.


Via Tenor

Students aren’t too happy about this new technique of instilling “ghairat“. They’re reacting left, right and center as a consequence.

Some are worried about the chaat and also the lack of balance in terms of cafeterias. 

Source: Facebook

Others are making memes to cope. Also, yeah. What if someone accidentally walks in into the wrong cafe? 

But all in all, people are very, VERY, confused.

Students have created a social media uproar addressing their disappointment. Many believe that such regressive policies only lead to the destruction of the student body.

A student shared with us how a lack of a student council/representative deprives the students of the universities to raise their concerns to the administration, and how it’s very unfair that male students are allowed access to three cafeterias, while female students can only access one.

Via Tenor

A student also pointed out how the cafes allotted to the male students have no air conditioning facility at all.

Itni garmi main?!

Source: Facebook

While the world continues to progress towards making the world equal for all genders, humari universities shayad thori peeche reh gayi hain. 

Do you think such rules are appropriate to maintain discipline in an educational institution? Do you agree with what Bahria University has done? Let us know in the comments.


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