Dhaka University violence(3): coming out of the curfew August 23, 2007Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, Dhaka University, GOVERNANCE, POLITICS, University.
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The Curfew imposed in Dhaka and other 6 divisional towns is entering into the 3rd day.
2nd day began in a relaxed state. People started to move to their offices and businesses. Many vehicles were found running on the streets. But the police and law enforcers became active in the mid morning and started announcing that offices and businesses are closed and asked the public to return to their houses.
Dhaka University violence (2): after developments August 23, 2007Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, Dhaka University, GOVERNANCE, POLITICS, University.
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11-30 pm BDT 22nd August, 2007
Though Authority at the highest level of the Govertment expressed
[courtesy: the pictures are taken from daily Inquilab]
sorrow for the incident at the DU campus, the Army camp has been removed as per demand of the students and Govt has formed a Judicial Committee with a retired Judge in the chair to enquire into the matter, the violence continued into the 2nd day in the sorrunding areas of the University and sometimes deep into the city. Reports of clashes were also coming from other university campus and different institutions of the country.
On the streets, many young men also joined with the students the clashes took ugly and violent look – hundreds of vehicles damaged, many were torched, they fought piece-meal battle with the police at different areas, many were injured but none reported death.