March 13, 2019

  • Six students of Dhaka University continued their hunger strike at the altar of Raju Memorial Sculpture for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections and resignation of those involved in the polls marred by allegations of rigging and other irregularities. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Six students of Dhaka University continued their hunger strike at the altar of Raju Memorial Sculpture for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections and resignation of those involved in the polls marred by allegations of rigging and other irregularities. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Posters have been hung around the Raju Memorial Sculpture fence on the Dhaka University campus where six students continued their hunger strike for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections after resignation those involved in the polls hit by allegations of rigging and other irregularities.

    Posters have been hung around the Raju Memorial Sculpture fence on the Dhaka University campus where six students continued their hunger strike for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections after resignation those involved in the polls hit by allegations of rigging and other irregularities.

  • Posters have been hung around the Raju Memorial Sculpture fence on the Dhaka University campus where six students continued their hunger strike for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections after resignation those involved in the polls hit by allegations of rigging and other irregularities.

    Posters have been hung around the Raju Memorial Sculpture fence on the Dhaka University campus where six students continued their hunger strike for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections after resignation those involved in the polls hit by allegations of rigging and other irregularities.

  • Posters have been hung around the Raju Memorial Sculpture fence on the Dhaka University campus where six students continued their hunger strike for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections after resignation those involved in the polls hit by allegations of rigging and other irregularities.

    Posters have been hung around the Raju Memorial Sculpture fence on the Dhaka University campus where six students continued their hunger strike for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections after resignation those involved in the polls hit by allegations of rigging and other irregularities.

  • Six students of Dhaka University continued their hunger strike at the altar of Raju Memorial Sculpture for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections and resignation of those involved in the polls marred by allegations of rigging and other irregularities. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Six students of Dhaka University continued their hunger strike at the altar of Raju Memorial Sculpture for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections and resignation of those involved in the polls marred by allegations of rigging and other irregularities. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Six students of Dhaka University continued their hunger strike at the altar of Raju Memorial Sculpture for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections and resignation of those involved in the polls marred by allegations of rigging and other irregularities. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Six students of Dhaka University continued their hunger strike at the altar of Raju Memorial Sculpture for the second day on Wednesday for fresh DUCSU elections and resignation of those involved in the polls marred by allegations of rigging and other irregularities. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • The activists of five panels, who boycotted the DUCSU elections held on Mar 11, rallying in front of the VC Md Akhtaruzzaman's office on Wednesday after handing him a memorandum demanding a schedule for fresh polls within three days. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    The activists of five panels, who boycotted the DUCSU elections held on Mar 11, rallying in front of the VC Md Akhtaruzzaman's office on Wednesday after handing him a memorandum demanding a schedule for fresh polls within three days. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • The activists of five panels, who boycotted the DUCSU elections held on Mar 11, rallying in front of the VC Md Akhtaruzzaman's office on Wednesday after handing him a memorandum demanding a schedule for fresh polls within three days. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    The activists of five panels, who boycotted the DUCSU elections held on Mar 11, rallying in front of the VC Md Akhtaruzzaman's office on Wednesday after handing him a memorandum demanding a schedule for fresh polls within three days. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Professor Md Akhtaruzzaman speaking to the media on Wednesday after receiving a memorandum from students demonstrating for fresh DUCSU elections. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Professor Md Akhtaruzzaman speaking to the media on Wednesday after receiving a memorandum from students demonstrating for fresh DUCSU elections. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Professor Md Akhtaruzzaman speaking to the media on Wednesday after receiving a memorandum from students demonstrating for fresh DUCSU elections. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Professor Md Akhtaruzzaman speaking to the media on Wednesday after receiving a memorandum from students demonstrating for fresh DUCSU elections. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Bangladesh Students' Union General Secretary Liton Nandi speaking to the media after handing a memorandum to Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Md Akhtaruzzaman on Wednesday demanding announcement of a schedule for fresh DUCSU elections within three days. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Bangladesh Students' Union General Secretary Liton Nandi speaking to the media after handing a memorandum to Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Md Akhtaruzzaman on Wednesday demanding announcement of a schedule for fresh DUCSU elections within three days. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

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