SI students in Fiji urged to refrain from any protest

Professor Pal Ahluwalia. Photo by RNZ
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SOLOMON Islands students studying at various universities in Fiji have been urged to refrain from any protest that may relate to the detention of Professor Pal Ahluwalia.

“This is to kindly advise our good student body on the above aforementioned subject for consideration and adherence.

“As we are aware of in our USP Information emails regarding the formal announcement of our VC detainment. Hereby, Our SISA Office sincerely requests our student body to refrain from any possible event of organized gathering or involvement in protests that may occur.

“Likewise, let us also be more responsible when expressing ourselves on social media regarding our media rights on this incident,” Solomon Islands Student’s Association in Fiji said in an email.

In an email circulated to students yesterday, the student body urged students to respect and abide by the laws of the host country (Fiji).

The student body urges students to remain calm and focus on studies as semester one approaches.

“We are entrusting this matter to our esteemed higher offices to deal with in their accorded capacities. 

“We heartily look forward to your cooperation on this reminder and we always thank you for your continuous support towards our SISA Office,” the email says.