SYED JAFAR ASKARI KARACHI Pakistan Rangers deployed at the campus of Karachi University (KU) have moved back from the security of the Karachi University due to the alleged uncooperative attitude of the KU administration, The Nation has learned here on Thursday. The high-ups of the Rangers have informed the KU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui through an official letter about their decision, a source in the KU administration said. The KU administration was given recommended security by the high-up of Rangers just after the KU bomb blast, occurred on December 28, 2010, he said. Some political forces in the campus, including some teachers, employees and student groups, are not interested in the proper arrangements of security at the campus. As per the recommendations, made by Rangers to improve the situation in the campus, chancellor/VC are persuaded to take stern action against faculty members found indulging in religious and political biases, the official said. He said that action against few faculty members may be initiated, while unions and religious groups should be banned to eliminate pressures on KU administration. Political role of students organizations should be reduced. Rangers should be given clear role by the KU administration. Construction of KU boundary wall and installations of CCTV cameras are also the part of these recommendations. KU administration is not cooperating with the rangers, he said. It is pertinent to mention here that KU Vice Chancellor has showed serious concern over the law and order situation in the campus.