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Resignation of edu minister demanded

DU Correspondent

Socialist Students’ Front, the student wing of Socialist Party of Bangladesh yesterday demanded resignation of Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid alleging that he failed to check question leak in public exams. They also alleged that a nexus between government employees, coaching centres, guidebook businesses, political activists and some teachers were masterminding the question paper leaks but the authorities are not serious about breaking the nexus. The student front came with these allegations while addressing a protest rally in front of the central library of Dhaka University.

Earlier, leaders and activists of Socialist Students’ Front brought out a protest procession from Modhu’s canteen of the university which paraded several streets of the campus followed by the briefed rally.

While addressing the rally, leaders of left front said that question paper leak now become a phenomenon as almost all questions of public examinations were available in internet hour before the exams.

They also alleged that none of the culprits were punished in the near past, so offenders feel that their wrongdoing can go without punishment and they also feel a sort of encouragement. Terming the education minister ‘utterly failed’ they also said that the minister yet to take any steps against the culprits, he had no right to clinch the post.

Presided over by front’s central vice-president Al Kaderi Joy, the rally was also addressed by its central leader Rokhsana Afroz, Dhaka University chapter president Alamgir Hossain Sujon, among others.

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