Protesting students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) today demanded a complete ban on organisation-based politics on the campus within the next seven days.
The general students of Buet who have been protesting on the campus since the brutal murder of their fellow Abrar Fahad gave the authorities until October 15 to ensure the ban.
They placed a fresh 10-point demand today following a silent procession on the campus, which also included capital punishment to the killers, expulsion of all the accused from the university.
They further demanded the Vice Chancellor to come to the campus by 2:00pm today and answer all questions of the students which includes his explanation as to why he failed to show up on the campus even after thirty hours of Abrar Fahad’s killing.
Students also demanded an end to all sorts of ragging in the residential halls. They wanted a common website/platform/forum which will have all such incidents that have previously occurred and will contain details of the legal progress.