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Ruling party goons wanted to kill me, alleges VP Nur

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Staff Reporter :
Nurul Haque Nur, Vice President of Dhaka University Central Students' Union (DUCSU) on monday alleged that his life is being threatened by the goons of the ruling quarters.
The Ducsu VP said this at a Press briefing at Madhur Canteen of DU campus.
Nur held the briefing following an assault on attack him at Ulania Bazar area under Galachipa upazila of Patuakhali on August 14.
 "On August 14, I was attacked by goons at Ulania Bazar on the way to my sister's home in Dashmina," he said.
"Galachipa upazila Chairman Shahin Shah led the attack on instruction from Patuakhali-3 lawmaker SM Shahjada Shaju," Nur alleged, adding "Shahin's brother Nure Alam, local AL municipality unit leader Mainul Islam, Ulania unit Jubo League leader Shakil, and over a hundred other local leaders and activists of the ruling party's different front organisations launched the attack on me with metal rods, steel pipes, and machetes in a bid to kill me." he added.
"You all know, since the time I was elected VP of Ducsu on June 30 last year, I have so far been attacked eight times by the goons of Bangladesh Chhatra League and activists of other ruling party front organisations," he further.

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