Jahangirnagar University exam irregularities: Students and teachers express concern

Jahangirnagar University hall occupied: BCL leaders and illegal residents defy eviction orders

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Jahangirnagar University (JU) authorities have failed to evict students staying illegally and those admitted under ‘children’s quota’ from residential halls even after five days of issuing orders in this regard. Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) leaders are living in political blocks of residential halls even after finishing their studies at the university.

However, hall provosts say they have expelled some non-students. Some of them begged for one or two more days.

On February 3, a woman was allegedly raped in front of her husband on the Jahangirnagar University (JU) campus. The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested four BCL leaders in connection with this incident.

Following this, the university administration ordered illegal residents and students admitted under the children’s quota to leave the residential halls within five working days. Although that deadline ended on Sunday, so far only a handful of illegally staying BCL workers have moved out of the hall.

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