There have been some disconcerting developments at Dhaka University following the botched Ducsu election on March 11. The latest
The March 11 election to Ducsu, or Dhaka University Central Students' Union, marks a moment in the history of student politics that is
Terming the recent Ducsu elections “tainted and questionable”, its Vice President Nurul Haque Nur says he assumed office only to continue to place the demand for reelection before the Dhaka University authorities.
We reiterate fully the prime minister's call to the newly elected leaders of Ducsu to help revive healthy politics on campus. The prime minister has hit the nail on the head with her statement.
The recent Ducsu election, held after 28 years and for the first time since people's representation in government is said to have prevailed in the country, was another unfortunate nail in the coffin of our so-called democracy.
Protesting Dhaka University students ended their “hunger strike until death” last night after the authorities assured them of listening to their complaints and making the Ducsu electoral process more transparent.
Nurul Haque Nur, the VP-elect of Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (Ducsu), expresses solidarity with the Ruqayyah Hall students who are on hunger strike.