Staff Reporter | Update: 2020-03-11 07:24:00
A student of Chittagong University (CU), Prabir Ghosh, has been expelled from the university for a year after being given a month's imprisonment for harassing a student. Proctor Professor SM Monirul Hasan told reporters at a press briefing on Sunday (8th March) at 12pm the decision taken by the University Board of Residence, Health and Discipline.
The expulsion order said, "On 1st March, on the return of the 11th batch of CU international relations, a master's student was expelled from the university for one year after physically abusing and making offensive comments on social media. The expulsion will be effective from 1st March.
From the date of expulsion, the admission of Prabir Ghosh will be considered void. As a result, he will not be able to take classes or exams. Expelled students will not be able to stay on university campuses or residential residences. If he disobeys the order, he is asked to arrest and file a criminal case.
Earlier on 1st March, a mobile court headed by Hathazari Upazila Executive Officer Ruhul Amin sentenced Prabir Ghosh to one month's imprisonment. Probir Ghosh was granted bail on 4th March after showing the reason for the examination. Students of the International Relations Department strike on 5th March to protest this.
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