The new committee of Kushtia Islami University Branch Chhatra League has been announced with Faisal Siddiqui alias Arafat as President and Nasim Ahmed alias Joy as General Secretary. This information was announced in a press release signed by BLA Central Committee President Al Nahian Khan and General Secretary Writer Bhattacharya at around 11 pm on Sunday.

Central Chhatra League’s press release said that the partial committee of Bangladesh Chhatra League Islami University branch has been approved for the next one year.

The president is a student of Law Department of Faisal University. His house is in Paschim Abdalpur village of Kushtia Sadar Upazila, adjacent to the university. Student of Economics Department of Nasim University. His house is in Shailkupa upazila of Jhenaidah.

The names of Tanmoy Saha, Al Mamun, Fahimur Rahman, Modachir Khalek, Munshi Kamrul Hasan, Ariful Islam, Sujan Kumar Dey, Rakibul Islam, Naimur Rahman, Bani Amin, Mridul Hasan, Mamunur Rashid, Sanjida Chowdhury and Ehsanul Haque have been mentioned as vice-presidents in the partial committee. has been Apart from this, Mujahidul Islam, Sarwar Jahan, Masud Rana, Hossain Mazumder have got the post of joint general secretary. The names of Zakir Hossain, Mainul Islam, Sohad Sheikh and Hamidur Rahman are on the post of organizing secretary.

In an immediate response, President Faisal Siddiqui told Prothom Alo, “I express my gratitude to Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina and Joint General Secretary Kushtia-3 (Sadar) Member of Parliament Mahbub ul Alam Hanif.” The main goal will be to make an ideal and clean organization from the side of the students.

According to Chhatra League sources, the new committee was announced on July 14, 2019 with Rabiul as the president and Rakibul as the general secretary. A few months later, there were allegations that the committee was in exchange for a large sum of money. One such audio is revealed. Since then, the deposed leaders and workers held protests and marches in the campus. At various times, Rabiul and Rakibul were prevented from entering the campus. Even beaten up. They were also declared unwanted on campus. The main gate of the university was locked.

After two years and five months, the Central Chhatra League announced the dissolution of that two-post committee on December 8 last year. Along with this, aspirants interested in the post of president-general secretary of the new committee are asked to submit their resumes.