Nur files complaint against DU BCL president, secy
Ducsu Vice President Nurul Haque Nur today lodged a complaint with police against Dhaka University unit BCL president, general secretary and 35 others for attempting to kill him on Sunday.
Apart from BCL President Sonjit Chandra Das, General Secretary Saddam Hosasin, the names of Moncho leaders-- Aminul Islam Bulbul, Al Mamun, Yeasir Arafat Turjo and ASM Sonet -- were also mentioned in the complaint among others.
Besides, other 40 to 50 unnamed people were also made accused in the complaint filed with Shahbag Police Station.
Ducsu Social Service Affairs Secretary Akhtar Hossain lodged the complaint on behalf of Nur as the Ducsu VP is now undergoing treatment at hospital, said Abul Hasan, officer-in-charge of the police station.
In the complaint, Nur stated that Muktijuddho Moncho leaders Aminul Islam Bulbul, Al Mamun, Yeasir Arafat Turjo and ASM Sonet came to his Ducsu room along with their supporters on Sunday around 12:00noon and swooped on them with sticks and then left the place.
Minutes after the attack, a group of BCL men led by BCL DU unit President Sonjit Chandra Das and General Secretary Saddam Hosasin entered my room with lethal weapons and carried out another attack shutting off the lights of my room with an aim to kill me, Nur stated.
Nur and 30 of his supporters were injured in the attack, the complaint reads.
Abul Hasan, officer-in-charge of Shahbagh Police Station said they received the complaint.
He said the complaint will be merged with the case filed by a sub-inspector of the police station in connection with the incident.
On Sunday, activists of a faction of Muktijuddho Moncho, mostly comprised of Chhatra League men, beat up and injured Nur, storming into his office at the Dhaka University Central Students' Union (Ducsu) building.
At least 27 of Nur’s supporters were injured in the attack.
Of the injured, Tuhin Farabi was kept at the intensive care unit of Dhaka Medical College Hospital. Nur and several others are undergoing treatment at the same hospital.