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Anti-quota protesters demand withdrawal of case by Saturday

Sun Online Desk     16th March, 2018 09:11:58 printer

Anti-quota protesters demand withdrawal of case by Saturday

 

Anti-quota protesters on Friday demanded withdraw of the case filed against 700 unidentified demonstrators on charges of vandalising government vehicle by Saturday.

 

They also threatened to initiate tough movement if the case were not withdrawn within the stipulated time. 

 

Mohammad Rashed, co-convener of “Bangladesh Sadharan Chhatra Odhikar Songrokkhon Parishad”, came up with the demand at a press conference in front of the central library of Dhaka University in the afternoon, reports UNB.

 

“We strongly condemned it and demand withdrawal of the false and fabricated case by Saturday next”, he said.

 

On Wednesday, police sued 700 unknown students, who took part in the demonstration against the quota system of government jobs in Shahbagh area, for obstructing law enforcers’ duty, vandalising government vehicles and creating public woo by blocking roads.

 

Among others, Hasan Al Mamun, convener of the movement, co convener Faruk Hossain and Uzzal Miah were present at the press conference. 

 

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