Shahin Rahman, proctor of the university, confirmed the incident and said that activists of Shibir blasted four crude bombs on the campus. They also pasted anti-government and anti war-crime tribunal posters on the walls.
The proctor said that they are investigating the incident.
University sources said a group of people posing them, as activists of Chhatra Shibir blasted four crude bombs at in front Bangabandhu Hall and other places on the campus around 3am.
Later, students of the university noticed that the group also pasted hand-write posters on several walls of the dormitory and academic buildings. The posters contained anti-government comments and defamatory remakes against Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Sub-inspector Ershad Ali, in-charge of university police camp, said: “Being informed by university authorities we rushed in the spots and did not find anything about bomb blast.”
Following the incidents, president and general secretary and other leaders of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) Begum Rokeya University unit urged authorities to be conscious about Shibir and bring the imposters in books.
BCL leaders and activists also brought out a demonstration in this regard on yesterday around 5pm on the campus.