Procession, meeting banned at IU

IU Correspondent | Published: 11:20, Apr 24,2019

 
 

The authorities of Islamic University in Kushtia have imposed a ban on all types of processions and meetings on the campus.  

The decision came on Wednesday against the backdrop of an on-going hunger strike by a group of science faculty students to press home their demand, IU acting proctor Anisur Rahman said.

Additional police have also been deployed on the campus to avert unwanted situation.

‘All the students are asked to bring their identity card, otherwise they won’t be allowed to enter the campus,’ Anisur Rahman added.

Earlier on Tuesday, a group of about 200 students from five departments—electrical and electronic engineering, applied chemistry and chemical engineering, computer science and engineering, information and communication engineering and biomedical engineering — went on a hunger strike demanding engineering technology degree under their respective faculties.

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