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Abrar Fayaz leaves Dhaka College

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Staff Reporter :
Abrar Fayaz, younger brother of brutal murdered BUET student Abrar Fahad, has put an end to the study at Dhaka College.
Fayaz, a Class-XI student, took a transfer certificate (TC) from the college on Tuesday to get enrolled at Kushtia Govt College here.
KTM Mainul Hossain, Vice-Principal of Dhaka College, said Abrar Fayaz applied for the TC mentioning that he now wants to continue his study at Kushtia Govt College. "The college authorities granted his application within a day," he said.Prof Kazi Manjur Quadir, Principal of Kushita Government College, said Fayaz will be enrolled at the college against a vacant seat under the Science Department.
Abrar Fayaz, said, "When I was in Dhaka, my brother was my guardian and he used to look after me. As my brother is now no more what should I do in Dhaka? Besides, my family doesn't allow me to study in Dhaka alone. That's why I'm going to get enrolled at Kushtia Govt College within a day or two."
Earlier, he expressed his unwillingness to continue his study in Dhaka citing security reasons.
Abrar Fahad, 21, a second-year student of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department of BUET, was beaten to death allegedly by Bangladesh Chhatra League leaders at Sher-e-Bangla Hall.
He was found dead on the staircase of the dormitory in the early hours of October 7 after the BCL leaders beat him at Room No-2011.
A total of 20 people have so far arrested over the gruesome murder while five of the confessed to their involvement in the incident.

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