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12:00 AM, October 18, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 02:07 AM, October 18, 2019

Abrar’s brother completes transfer to Kushtia college

The transfer admission process of Abrar Fayaz, younger brother of murdered Buet student Abrar Fahad, from Dhaka College to Kushtia Government College (KGC) has been completed.     

Fayaz applied to the Dhaka College authorities for transfer his credits on Tuesday, as he wanted to get admission to KGC. Through a mediation of Dhaka Board authorities, principals of both colleges gave no objection clearance to it, confirmed KGC Principal Prof Kazi Manjur Quadir yesterday afternoon.

Fayaz’s father went to KGC on Wednesday to fill out the paperwork. Fayaz, however, not present as he was sick, said his father Barkatullah.

The Dhaka board authorities then  sent a letter to Jashore Board.

“After completion of all procedures, Jashore board approved the admission of Fayaz and sent a letter to us,” the KGC principal said.

“It is a family decision,” said Fayaz’s father Barkatullah when journalists asked him why he decided to move out of Dhaka. “We want him to stay close to us,” he added.

“He is now my only son; he will fulfill the empty space that has been created after losing Abrar Fahad,” the devastated father said.

Contacted, chairman of Jashore board Prof Abdul Alim said the formalities were completed within the shortest time.

Abrar Fahad, a second-year student at Buet, was beaten to death by Bangladesh Chhatra League men at his university dorm on October 7. His father filed a murder case against 19 Buet students, mostly BCL leaders, and several other unnamed accused with Chawkbazar Police Station. A total of 19 people have been arrested over the murder, a number of whom have already confessed.  

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