DHAKA: Acting representative bad habit chancellor of a private college in Bangladesh, captured for protecting Islamists who completed the nation's most noticeably awful dread assault at a bistro here, has been suspended.
Educator M Gias Uddin Ahsan of North South University (NSU) has been suspended after his capture on charges of protecting activists before the dread assault on a Gulshan bistro prior this month.
Bad habit chancellor of the private college, Prof Atiqul Islam, reported the choice today.
"The noteworthy bad habit chancellor said he is suspended because of his capture under Section 54," Belal Ahmed, a college representative, told BD News.
Acting professional VC Professor Ahsan, his nephew Alam Chowdhury, and Mahbubur Rahman Tuhin, the chief of a house in Bashundhara Residential Area, were captured on Saturday.
Police said five activists who did the assault on Gulshan bistro on July 1 had taken safe house in the level claimed by Ahsan.
Alternate partners of the assailants fled the level after the attack. A few containers stacked with sand and the clothings they deserted were seized from the level.
One of the aggressors slaughtered by police was an understudy of NSU. His family said he had been lost for a considerable length of time.
Ahsan's capture came hours after UGC group went to the NSU grounds as a major aspect of a different examination concerning the connections of its authorities and understudies with terrorism.