KMC bans student politics, expels 4 students after BCL infighting

KMC bans student politics, expels 4 students after BCL infighting

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Khulna: Khulna Medical College (KMC) authorities have banned student politics and expelled its four students for their alleged involvement in Saturday’s clash between two factions of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) on the campus.
The suspended students are college unit former BCL president Saifullah Mansur, BCL activists Sakibul Islam, Aninda Sundar and Russel. UNB News Agency Reported.
The KMC authority took the decision from an academic council meeting of the university on Sunday morning, said KMC Principal Professor Dr Abdullah-Al-Mahbub.
Talking to reporters, Khulna City unit BCL office secretary Shahin Alam said the party has suspended its all activities in the college after the clash.
Officer-in-charge of Sonadanga Police Station Sakumar Bishwas said six separate cases were filed with the police station on Saturday night in this connection, adding that no was arrested yet.
At least 50 people were injured in a series of clashes between two factions of BCL at the KMC on Saturday over establishing supremacy on the campus.
The BCL men also vandalised two motorcycles and the windows of different rooms of the college and hospital during the clash.

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