Monday , January 25 2021

Dukushu's elections are not banned from March



University of Dhaka University Parliament (South)

Dhaka University's Central Student Parliament (DuCsU) will not be excluded from elections in March. Appeals Division withdraws investment on the High Court ruling. The four-judge bench of the Appellate Division in the chairmanship of Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hussain on Sunday ordered this.

On January 17 last year, the High Court ordered university officials to hold Dasu elections in six months. The DU authorities appealed for the suspension of the judgment. On October 1 last year, the appeal division stopped the suspension on the High Court ruling. Yesterday this was raised to hear the matter. At the hearing, Attorney General Mahbubi Alam and advocate Manzil Murshid requested the University on behalf of the applicant. After the hearing, the suspension was lifted on the appeal division's High Court ruling. At the same time, on 31 March, the court fixed a leave-up-appeal hearing against the verdict.

The last Duxu elections were held in the 1990s. Different student organizations have demanded that since there are no hog picks. In 2012, 31 people, including Ali Ashik Shawon, requested the High Court to hold Dasu elections, according to the writ.

History of Duckers: In 1921, Dhaka was established as the first resident university of the subcontinent of the University. In the year 1922-23, the Dhaka University Students Union (DUCSE) was formed. Students of the university had to become members of the fund. In this way, this journey started with one of the main activities of the country's autonomy, language struggle and independence and democratic movement Daksur. This election was held 36 times. First South VP And General Secretary, Momtaz Uddin Ahmed and Yognardanath Sengupta were elected respectively.

Ittefaq / RKG


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