Tension mounts at Comilla University
Mohiuddin Molla, Comilla

  • Students at Comilla University yesterday lock main gate demanding to resume their classes and exams 

A tension situation has been prevailing on the campus of Comilla University, as students and teachers are in a face off situation.

Teachers of the university have been observing work abstention  demanding six points, much to hamper academic activities.

Yesterday, students locked university’s main gate, administration building to realised their 11-point demands, including resumption of classes and examinations, punishment of the killers of BCL leader Khaled Saifulla and suspension M Shariful Karim, a teacher of the university.

Md Nowshad Ullah, who leads the movement, said their academic activities were hampered seriously, as teachers stopped classes and examinations over their factional feuds.

“We also demand exemplary punishment of those persons who had killed the BCL man Khaled Saifullah,” he said.

Khaled Saifullah, a seventh semester student of marketing department, was shot dead during a clash that took place among two BCL faction on August 25 last year.

Dr Abu Taher, president of Teachers’ Association, said they had been observing demanding six points.

Dr Ali Ashraf, chancellor of the university, said he would sit with the association soon.  

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