Rubaiya Tripty of DOT
A section of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) of Chittagong University yesterday withdraw the imposed strike on condition with 3 day ultimatum to meet their demand to authority concerned, reports The Daily Star. The demands are — removal of CU student adviser Prof Siraz-ud-Doulah, punishment of those who attacked the of the attacks on his activists and arrest of the accused in Taposh murder case.
On Sunday, BCL CU unit President Rejaul Haque Rubel under the banner of Taposh Sriti Sangshad, enforced the indefinite strike after two of their activities were attacked in 11 Mile area of Hathazari upazila.
They also vandalised four police vans, proctor’s micro bus and a police outpost on the campus last night in support of the strike.
But yesterday morning, they postponed their strike and also gave the authorities concerned three days to implement their demands.
Talking to the journalists, Rubel said that they postponed their strike considering the visit of President Abdul Hamid to Chattogram.
“We postponed our strike for the next three days. But different demonstration programme will continue,” he said.
He threatened to paralise the university through strike if their demands are not met within the stipulated times, Rubel added.