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Third party active in SUST to create mayhem

News Desk || shiningbd

Published: 22:59, 23 January 2022  
Third party active in SUST to create mayhem

A third party has been active in diverting the peaceful movement of students in Shahjalal University of Science and Technology to different sectors.

According to sources, the party is also trying to provoke the law and order forces through sabotage. 

The third party miscreants are preparing for a massive sabotage operation including disconnecting power and gas lines on the university campus in the dark of night and setting up bunkers for the troublemakers.

On the other hand, the activities of the Vice-Chancellor Professor Farid Uddin Ahmed and the teachers supporting him are complicating the situation of the agitating students.

Experieced personnel feel that the general agitators need to be careful in such a situation. At the same time, the Vice-Chancellor and the university authorities also need to take precautionary measures.

Meanwhile, after this (Sunday) evening, the students protesting against the resignation of Vice Chancellor Professor Farid Uddin Ahmed have cut off the power supply to his residence.

Correspondents said the agitating students cut off the power supply to the vice-chancellor's residence around 6:30 pm on Sunday. Earlier in the evening, the students took position in front of the main entrance of the Vice Chancellor's residence. They are not allowing anyone to enter except law enforcement and media personnel.

The students have been protesting since January 13 demanding the resignation of the provost committee of Begum Sirajunnesa Chowdhury Hall. The movement for the resignation of the Vice-Chancellor came to the force after their demands were not met.

On the afternoon of January 16, the students blocked the Vice-Chancellor at the IICT building of the university demanding three points. At one stage, when the police went to rescue the vice-chancellor, there was a clash with the students. At that time, the police dispersed the students by throwing sound grenades, tear gas and rubber bullets. Several students were injured. Police filed a lawsuit against 300 students by being unknown.

According to the source, the conspirators are trying to capitalize on the peaceful movement of the students and are resorting to one sub-strategy after another. If their conspiracy succeeds in any way, the whole movement of the students will go out of control and the advantage of the chaotic situation will be under the control of the party waiting for the lot.

Provost and syndicate member Associate Professor Jafrin Ahmed Liza resigned on January 16 in the face of student protests. Earlier, after 8 pm on January 13, after the students discussed various issues in the hall in the reading room, the decisions were made by Provost Associate Professor Jafrin Ahmed Liza over the phone. At that time, when the students asked him to come to the hall, he expressed his inability. Students even complained of being abused. 


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