BCL urges to recapture normal Env at JU: Syndicate meeting tomorrow

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Publish: 7:07 PM, December 3, 2019 | Update: 7:07:PM, December 3, 2019
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Shahadat Sumon, JU correspondent: Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) Jahangirnagar University (JU) branch has demanded the opening of residential halls and to recapture the academic and administrative activities throw a memorandum to Vice-Chancellor Prof Farzana Islam today.

On Tuesday (December 3), the president of the JU Chhatra League, Jewel Rana, handed over the memorandum to the Vice-Chancellor in the old administrative building of the University.

The memorandum, signed by deputy office secretary of the branch M Mainul Hussain, said, “Regular educational activities have been disrupted for the long closure. Therefore, the examination and education activities, including opening the hall for the students, should be implemented swiftly.”

The memorandum also states, “Movement is a democratic right, but music cannot be played in the residential area of ​​the university.” Meanwhile, academic and administrative buildings cannot be locked. Besides, the Jamaat-Shibir leaders and activists involved in the ongoing movement should be identified and punished immediately following the university and state law.”

Among others Vice-President Majed Shimanto, Zahirul Islam Babu, Bayazid Khan Collings, Arnab Sarkar, Joint General Secretary Affan Hossain Apon, Organizing Secretary M Tarek Hassan, Abhishek Mandal, Pankaj Kumar Das were also present.

Meanwhile, an emergency meeting of the Syndicate has been convened Wednesday afternoon to launch the university’s education program_ said a press release signed by acting director of the university’s public relations office (PRO) Abdus Salam Mia on Tuesday (December 3).

Earlier on November 5, the Chhatra League attacked the protesters who were sieging in front of VC`s residence demanding her removal on corruption charges.

Therefore, an emergency meeting of the Syndicate on that day ordered the university to be closed indefinitely and the students were instructed to leave the hall.