No one involved in the incident will be spared, says the Awami League general secretary
Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said the government is taking a firm stand against the rape incident at MC College dormitory in Sylhet.
Quader made the remark at a discussion meeting on the occasion of the prime minister's birthday at Bangabandhu Avenue on Sunday afternoon.
“It is the prime minister’s directive that the criminals be brought to justice. No one will be spared,” said Quader.
Awami League’s relief and social welfare subcommittee organized the program where Quader joined virtually as the chief guest.
The party’s Presidium Member Matia Chowdhury presided over the program. Awami League Joint General Secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif and Relief Secretary Sujit Roy Nandi were among others present at the program.
A woman was raped allegedly by Chhatra League men at the premises of the hostel of Sylhet's MC College, when she was visiting the place with her husband on Friday night.
According to sources, a group of Chhatra League men confined the woman's husband in a room and took the woman inside a car where she was gang-raped.
Police rescued the couple from the hostel premises and admitted the woman to the One Stop Crisis Centre of Sylhet’s Osmani Medical College Hospital around 10:30pm on Friday.
The victim's husband filed a case against seven-eight people, naming six, with Shahporan police station in connection with the incident.