Readers of The Terrorland blogs know that according to a well-organized criminal plan, hatched in Islamabad, the KIU admin, first, tried to kill Nasira on campus in an engineered way but failed. Then they attacked her journalist brother Habib R. Sulemani directly. Luckily, he survived three attempts. Since March 29, 2010 Habib is living in solitary confinement. He's on the hit-list of the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) and Military Intelligence (MI), which have declared him an 'American agent' and a 'traitor' for writing about the criminal elements in the ranks of our security agencies – a taboo subject in our militarized Pakistan.
“I’m ashamed working under a criminal gang at the Karakoram International University," said another perturbed teacher, requesting not to be named. "I’ve no choice but to keep my eyes and ears shut, and teach the students honestly in the class. That is what I can do."
A student said: "Gilgit-Baltistan will remember the duo (Dr. Najma Najam and Dr. Ahsanullah Mir) and their gang as a black chapter in our history. There're serious criminal cases but we're unable to raise our voice as they (gang members) have links in the corridors of power—actually the secret agencies run the affairs of the university.”
Last year, Prof. Dr. Jillian Taylor – a much respected faculty member from Australia at KIU Education Department – was mentally tortured, humiliated and sacked just for being honest to her profession, sources said.
"Prof. Taylor's professional behavior had made the nonprofessional elements of the KIU admin suspicious about their future, so they fired her," said an insider. "However, when Mr. Sulemani raised this issue (Terror on campus), out of fear, the admin contacted Prof. Taylor and she was rehired to avoid any embracement or legal complications. This shows how influential the gang is."
Women’s Day & our shameless government in Pakistan