IU BCL Demands Reopening of Halls
Kushtia, September 23 (Correspondent/OurVoice): The former leaders and activists of Islamic University unit Bangladesh Chhatra League, a student wing of ruling Awami League, on Thursday placed a three-point demands to the university authorities including reopening of residential dormitories as early as possible for the students of the university.
A group of 12 BCL IU unit activists led by its former assistant secretary Faisal Siddique Arafat submitted a memorandum to the university pro-vice-chancellor Professor M Mahbubr Rahman.
Their three-point demands are cleaning the whole campus, different buildings, playgrounds, reopening of residential halls and setting up a Covid-19 health center on the campus.
Among others, IU BCL unit former vice-president Al-Amin Joarder, former organising secretary Tawkir Mahfuz Masud, Shahjalal Islam Shohag and Bipul Khan were present on the occasion.
IU pro-vice-chancellor said that they would try to implement the demands made by the university unit BCL activists, adding that a vaccination center would be set up on campus if the opportunity arises.