Nur now wants reelection to all Ducsu posts

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Staff Reporter:

Ducsu VP-elect Nurul Haque Nur now demanded reelection to all the posts of Ducsu.

He came up with his fresh demand this evening, hours after he withdrew the class boycotting programme following the request of Chhatra League leaders in the afternoon.

Hours before his decision of withdrawing the class boycott programme, he told the media that he wanted reelection to all the posts of Ducsu except the posts of VP and social welfare secretary.

Nur revealed his latest decision while talking to journalists around 6:00 pm.

Earlier in the afternoon, Nur withdrew the class boycotting programme after Chhatra League leaders vested their all-out support to him.

Nur came up with the announcement as DU BCL President Rezwanul Huq Chowdhury Shovon along with his followers met him and accepted him as the VP when he was holding a meeting with leaders of the opposition panels at the Teacher-Student Centre around 4:30pm.

Handing over flowers to Nur, Shovon urged the newly elected VP to accept the result of the Ducsu election held yesterday after around 28 years.

Shovon, who was also a VP contestant, also called up on all students of the university to accept the result of the election for the sake of peaceful environment on the university campus.

Responding to the BCL leader’s call, Nur withdrew the class boycotting programme and said he wants justice of the BCL men who attacked him during the election.

Besides, Shuvon also asked the BCL men, who were demonstrating in front of the VC residence demanding reelection to the Ducsu, to stop their agitation accepting the Ducsu polls result.

Earlier in the day, Nur, the popular quota reformist leader, has said they will continue their class boycott programme until re-election to Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (Ducsu) is held.

Nur, the fresh VP-elect from yesterday’s Ducsu election, was speaking at a press briefing after being attacked allegedly by Chhatra League men.“We want re-election except to the posts of VP and social welfare secretary. None of our demands have been met. Our class boycott will continue indefinitely. Our further course will be announced later,” he said at that time.

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