Chhatra League expelled that DU student, then the administration came up

Rajimul Haque alias Rakib, a student of Dhaka University (DU), was kicked out of the hall by BCL activists on Monday evening for not attending the BCL program. Later that night, at the initiative of the administration, the student was picked up again.

Resident student of Sir Salimullah Muslim (SM) Hall of Rajimul University. Earlier, the BCL president Tanvir Sikder was accused of torturing Rajimul.

The victim is a student of Rajimul Management Information Systems Department of 2017-18 academic year. He alleged that last Friday Tanvir Sikder called him to his room and tortured him physically and mentally. He has been threatened for reporting the incident to reporters. A group of BCL activists went to his room around 7.30 pm on Monday and started beating him. They took his belongings out of the room and left them outside the main gate of the hall. At one point he was also thrown out of the hall.
Later, Rajimul told Prothom Alo that the administration had taken him to the hall again. Then he assured me of maximum cooperation. After leaving the hall in the evening, I contacted the dean. I came back after 11 pm on the initiative of the hall administration.

If you want to know about the Salimullah Muslim Hall President. Mojibur Rahman told Prothom Alo on Monday night, “I have made arrangements to pick up the student if he takes responsibility.”

On the other hand, regarding the allegations, Salimullah Muslim Hall Chhatra League president Tanvir Sikder said that he did not know who or who kicked Rajimul out of the hall.

On Thursday, there was a program of Chhatra League at Poet Jasimuddin Hall. Rajimul alleged that he was called to Tanvir Sikder’s room on Friday night and tortured for not going there. A report on the incident was published in Prothom Alo on Sunday night.

However, BCL leader Tanvir Sikder has denied the allegation of beating Rakib to the journalists. His comment, however, told him to stay in the program. No beatings. Rajimul is his ‘younger brother of affection’.

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