DU authorities ask the public not to enter campus unnecessarily
The university expels foreigners with the help of the police at the request of the students
The administration of Dhaka University (DU) urged the public not to enter the campus unless necessary.
Authorities have been waging campaigns in recent days to deport foreigners with the help of law enforcement after receiving requests from students, DU Proctor AKM Golam Rabbani said on Tuesday.
He said foreigners can come to the campus in need as many former students visit the campus.
“But we have to keep in mind that a university is not a park or a center of entertainment. Too much gathering ruins the environment of an educational institution, so it’s best not to wander around the campus unnecessarily, ”said proctor Golam Rabbani.
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“The number of DU students has increased over the years, while the size of the campus has decreased. We are reviewing student demand for a safe and meaningful campus, ”said the DU supervisor.
In the past three days, the authority drove with the help of the Shahbagh police station to the campus and fined some owners of motorcycles and private vehicles for parking, said Professor Dr M Badruzzaman Bhuiyan , assistant supervisor.
Members of the Bangladesh Chhatra League academic faction were seen actively participating in the campaign to keep the campus free of foreigners in various locations.
All makeshift shops outside the Suhrawardy Udyan gate inside the campus were removed during Tuesday’s drive.