Jahangirnagar University dorms to open June 8

Authorities of Jahangirnagar University have decided to open all of its dormitories on June 8 and compensate the families of the two victims, who died in a road crash on May 27.

The JU syndicate took the decision at an emergency meeting on the campus on Saturday.

Any decision to withdraw the case filed against 42 students, who protested the deaths of their two fellows, is yet to be taken.

JU Registrar Abu Bakar Siddique said, “We will talk to the university’s legal adviser in this regard and decide our next course of action.”

A section of Jahangirnagar University (JU) students placed a six-point demand including withdrawal of a case filed against 42 of their fellow students on charge of vandalising the vice-chancellor’s residence during a protest on May 27.

42 JU students were arrested after they allegedly vandalised the VC’s residence while protesting the death of two fellow students in a road accident on the Dhaka-Aricha highway near C&B bus stand area in Savar on May 27.

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