• Sunday, Sep 23, 2018
  • Last Update : 12:52 pm

Injured student protester in intensive care

  • Published at 04:57 pm August 1st, 2018
Mirpur 10
Students blocked roads in different areas of Dhaka city Dhaka Tribune

Police have reportedly used batons against the students to disperse protests, severely injuring one student

A student of Shaheed Smriti Police College was seriously injured while taking part in student protests at his college near Mirpur 10 circle on Tuesday. He has been admitted to Square Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in Dhaka.

Police had reportedly used batons against the students to disperse the protests, severely injuring one student.

Mirpur police station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Dadon Bhuiyan, and Kafrul Police Station Inspector (Investigation) Aslam Uddin, denied the attacks.

Nure Alam, father of the injured student, told the Dhaka Tribune that his son underwent an operation for injuries he had received to the head, between midnight and 3:30am on Wednesday, at Square Hospital. 

Doctors say the operation was successful, and he has been transferred to the ICU, but updates on his condition will be available once he regains his senses. 

Students from numerous colleges, and some universities, have been out on the streets since Sunday. They are demanding punishment for the bus driver who killed Diya Khanam Mim and Abdul Karim Rajib, and injured several other Shaheed Ramiz Uddin School and College students, when he ploughed into them.


Also Read- Students block streets, continue protests in Dhaka