Punishment in BCL stands for rich rewards

Dhaka: In most cases it seems to be a real boon to the leaders and activists involved in violence in the politics of Bangladesh Chhatra League as such infamy earn them reputation and recognition in the party hierarchy.There has been a load of examples in the student front of the ruling Awami League that is very often found taking organisational action against those involved in terrorist acts.
But when an incident slips into oblivion the leaders and activists involved in it are eventually rewarded.
Anwar Hossain Anu, now the organising secretary of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) central committee, was once suspended when he was an activist of Dhaka University unit in 2008. His offense was to assault his co-activists.
Just a year after when his suspension was still in place Anu was made the general secretary of Salimullah Muslim Hall unit. In 2012 he became the organizing secretary of the central committee after his tenure was over in the hall committee.
Ahmedul Bashar, now the Assistant Secretary of the central committee, was suspended from the organisation when he was the president of Sher-e-Bangla Agriculture University.
Hafijur Rahman, now the assistant secretary of the central committee, was suspended in 2012 when he was the joint convener of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.
Mohiuddin Mahi, now the information and technology secretary of the central committee, was suspended from the Haji Muhammod Muhsin Hall BCL committee because of his involvement in a violent factional clash in 2010.
AB Siddique Rahat, now the deputy environmental secretary of the central committee, was also expelled both from the organisation and university for his involvement in the same incident.
The most interesting case is of Sakib Hasan Sweem, now the general secretary of the recently postponed Dhaka college committee, who was suspended from the organisation in 2012 for assaulting the then joint convener of the committee Al mahmud Tareque.
Later Sakib Hasan was made the general secretary of the college committee while Al Mahmud Tareque was given the post of organising secretary in the central committee.

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