Following an invite from Hasina, newly elected VP Nurul Haque Nur, a pacesetter of Bangladesh Council to Protect General Students’ Rights, used an experience-sharing service to hire an automobile to the top minister house on Saturday afternoon.
Akthar Hossain, newly elected social affairs secretary of DUCSU, accompanied Nur as they left Dhaka University campus. Both of them were the elected leaders from independent panels for the DUCSU polls.
Nur and Akhtar used an experience-sharing provider to lease an automobile to the meeting with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, quota protest chief Hasan Al Mamun instructed bdnews24.Com.
The Bangladesh Chhatra League or BCL leaders who gained in the polls left the campus aboard a scholar bus.
BCL President Rezwanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon followed General Secretary-select Golam Rabbani and Assistant General Secretary-opt for Saddam Hossain. Shovon, who additionally ran for the DUCSU vice president’s submitted, lost to Nur.
VP Nur and Akhter reached the Ganabhaban around 3:30 pm on Saturday.
Nur and Rabbani exchanged a hug after reaching the Ganabhaban, said Reazul Bashar, Prime Minister’s Office Correspondent of bdnews24.Com.
The leaders have been accompanied by the alternative secretaries and individuals of the committee. There are a complete of 259 pupil leaders, 234 from corridor committees, and 25 from DUCSU; met Hasina at Ganabhaban.