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Textile students block road for online exams

09 January 2022
Textile students block road for online exams

Students of the Bangladesh University of Textiles block Tejgaon main road in the capital on Saturday demanding online exams. NN photo

News Desk :
Students from the Bangladesh University of Textiles have taken to the streets to call for a list of demands, including online exams. The protest has caused traffic congestion on the road from Mohakhali to Mogbazar.
Students from the university, located in the Tejgaon Industrial Area, took to the streets around 11:30 am, said Kazi Abul Kalam, chief of the Tejgaon Industrial Area Police Station.
We are working to remove them from the road, he told bdnews24.com.
"The students are holding the protest after calling for online exams, reports bdnews24.com"
The protesters held posters with various slogans calling for exams to be held online due to the risks of the ongoing pandemic.
The protest has blocked traffic on the roads from Mohakhali to Mogbazar.

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