Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor (VC) professor Akhteruzzaman on Wednesday ruled out the possibility of holding the Dhaka University Central Students Union (DUCSU) re-election, adding that stern action would be taken if anyone tried to create anarchy on the campus over the issue.
DU VC told journalists after the members of five panels met him at his office on the campus.
Terming the election a fair one, DU VC further said any attempt to
A stable, well disciplined and good academic environment is on, he said, adding that, “Varsity authority will not allow anyone to create anarchy and
Earlier, members of five panels, who boycotted Monday’s election to DUCSU, took
The students have continued their protests demanding a re-run of the election—citing irregularities—and the withdrawal of the VC on Wednesday.
Around 150 protesters gathered in front of the VC’s office, while a few of them submitted a memorandum bearing their demands to the VC.
Nur demands re-polls by Mar 31
Expressing gratitude to the voters, DUCSU vice-president-elect Nurul Haq Nur, also a quota reform movement leader, on Wednesday demanded re-election to all the posts by March 31.
“All the student
Replying to a question over taking charge of the VP, Nur sought one or two more days to take
“The matter of taking oath depends on the willingness of those who voted me. You (journalists) will come to know the matter within a day or two,” he added.
5 panels put in 3 days ultimatum
Members of five panels, who boycotted Monday’s election to Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU), took
Earlier, a procession, led by panels leaders, has been brought out from Raju sculpture around
After parading the campus, the
A six-member delegation also handed over a memorandum to the VC.
Hunger strike continues
Meanwhile, Six Dhaka University students are continuing fast-unto-death for the second consecutive day on Wednesday demanding re-election to the DUCSU.
Earlier on Tuesday evening, four candidates, who contested in Dhaka University Central Students Union (DUCSU) and hall council elections, started the hunger strike at the foot of Raju Sculpture at DU. Later, two general students joined them.
Demonstrator Md Mainuddin said