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Two RU officials punished over forgery


Rajshahi-Two officials of the Rajshahi University (RU) have been received the punishment due to their alleged involvement in cheque fraud and selling universities property. Alleged officers are Ruhul Ameen, asst registrar of RU central library and Rokhsana Parveen, Deputy-Director (Sports) Monnujan hall.
This decision took from the 467th syndicate meeting on Sunday evening that presided by vice chancellor Prof. Muhammed Mizan Uddin at the VC`s lounge.
University administration postponed Ruhul Ameen`s promotion and increment of salary for the next five years on the charges of cheque fraud.
On the other hand, TK-40,000 fined and stopped increment of salary for five years of Rukhsana Parveen accusing her involvement with the selling of varsity`s tress secretly. RU Pro-VC Prof. Chowdhury Sarwar Jahan said, as the twice officials involved in criminal activities so the syndicate has been taken such decision against them.
Besides, RU 467th syndicate meeting also took some decision including formed a three-member probe committee head with treasurer Prof. Sayen Uddin to resolve the tense situation over classrooms-teachers chamber allocation among three departments.
The syndicate has given a month`s time to Shibli Islam, a temporarily expelled teacher of Law Department for the self-defense on the issue.
The 467th meeting has also suspended Shapla Sultana Safia, a second-year student of Language Department who is also a hall unit leader of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) of Begum Rokeya hall unit alleging her false allegation against a teacher of the university.
Sources said that earlier on December 20, last year alleged BCL leader filed a written allegation to the university vice chancellor against Dr. ATM Rafiqul Islam, a teacher of Islamic History and Culture Department and also a house tutor of Begum Rokeya hall, for allegedly sexually harassing to her.-RU Correspondent


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