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Suspected link to Shibir

'BCL men' beat 4 students at DU

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DU Correspondent :
Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) men have allegedly beaten up four students of Dhaka University (DU) suspecting them of being activists of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir.
The victims are Sanwar Hossain, a 3rd year student of Political Science department; Md Mukim Chowdhury, a 2nd year student of Tourism and Hospitality Management department; Minhaz Uddin, a 2nd year student of Islamic History and Culture department; and Afsar Uddin, a 2nd year student of Arabic department.
Campus sources said BCL leaders and activists called the four students to the guest room of Shaheed Sergeant Zahurul Haque Hall on Tuesday night and tortured them from 11pm till 1am on Wednesday suspecting their link to Shibir.
Later, the victims were handed over to Shahbagh Police Station around 3am.
Meanwhile, police released themon Wednesday afternoon after primary investigation.
DU unit BCL General Secretary Saddam Hussain said he heard about the incident. "We don't support this type of assault on anyone."
Meanwhile, the injured students told reporters that they have no link with Shibir.
DU Proctor Prof AKM Golam Rabbani said on information, members of the proctorial body went to the hall and rescued the students. The proctorial team then handed them over to police.
Meanwhile, Santrash Birodhi Chhatra Oikya, an alliance of 12 student organisations, held a protest rally on the campus protesting the incident and demanded immediate punishment of those responsible for it.
 

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