Five injured in BCL factional clash

The pioneers and activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League Dhaka Metropolitan South and Dhaka University sections on Friday conflicted with one another during the planning of a glad parade denoting the brilliant celebration of the freedom of Bangladesh. The conflict occurred close to the Central Shaheed Minar at around 3:00pm that left in any event five DU BCL activists harmed. Pioneers and activists of DU unit BCL asserted that the assault was completed under the authority of Dhaka Metropolitan South unit BCL general secretary Jubayer Ahmed. Witnesses said that the groups secured a squabble about playing melodies on a sound framework nearby. At one phase, Jubayer went to the spot and assaulted the DU pioneers and activists, witnesses said adding that five DU unit BCL pioneers and activists were harmed in the conflict. 'I demand the focal BCL to guarantee appropriate discipline for the assailants by directing a legitimate examination concerning the counter disciplinary exercises of the individuals who assaulted the pioneers and activists of BCL unit of DU, said Saddam Hussein, DU part BCL general secretary. Jubayer, in any case, said, 'I didn't assault anybody. Despite what might be expected, I have been assaulted.' The pioneer said that he was assaulted for requesting that they turn the sound framework off. Focal BCL president Al Nahean Khan Joy and general secretary Lekhak Bhattacharjee were reached on their cell phones more than once however they didn't react. Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue

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