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‘Gross misconduct’: Two University of Lahore students expelled after proposal video goes viral

The video of the proposal shows the woman going down on one knee with a bouquet of roses in her hand, as a crowd of bystanders cheers her on. Her classmate, who appears to ‘accept’ her proposal, is seen hugging her afterwards.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: March 16, 2021 11:20:44 am
University of Lahore, Lahore proposal video, Lahore proposal video Students expelled, Couple proposal Lahore, Students expelled proposal video, Indian Express NewsAccording to the University’s notification, the two students failed to attend a special disciplinary committee meeting to discuss the incident.

Two Lahore University students were expelled after a video of a female student proposing to her male classmate went viral on social media. In a letter issued on Friday, the varsity said that the two students “were involved in gross misconduct and violation of University rules”.

The video of the proposal shows the woman going down on one knee with a bouquet of roses in her hand, as a crowd of bystanders cheers her on. Her classmate, who appears to ‘accept’ her proposal, is seen hugging her afterwards.

According to the University’s notification, the two students failed to attend a special disciplinary committee meeting to discuss the incident. The administration then decided to expel the students and ban them from entering any of the university’s campuses, Dawn reported.

“A meeting of the Special Disciplinary Committee was held on 12-3-2021 at 10:30 am in the Office of the Rector,” the notification read, adding that the students failed to appear before the committee after they were summoned.

“Furthermore, as per Section 16 […] they are debarred from entering the premises of University of Lahore and all its sub-campuses,” the letter further states. Their expulsion sparked a storm on Twitter, with several social media users criticising the university for taking such a drastic step.

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