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‘We've no faith in govt's assurance. We want the quota system reformed’

  • Published at 04:17 pm April 10th, 2018
  • Last updated at 04:29 pm April 10th, 2018
‘We've no faith in govt's assurance. We want the quota system reformed’
A faction of protesting students, involved in the movement against existing quota system in government jobs, has announced that they will continue their demonstration until the government issues a written statement regarding meeting their demands within three days and takes steps to implement initiatives in keeping with the statement. [caption id="attachment_258230" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] A students' faction want a written statement from the government regarding meeting their demandsRajib Dhar/Dhaka Tribune[/caption] On Tuesday around 3pm, Sanjay Kumar Mandal, an MA  student of DU’s zoology department said: "We'll continue our demonstration and student strike until the government issues any written statement regarding meeting our demands within three days and takes steps regarding our demands within seven days." "We have no faith in the government's assurance. We want the quota system reformed. We have no representative or delegation and no one will meet the government on our behalf." Around 200 students were seen demonstrating at the TSC area, during the filing of this report.