The investigation committee of Bangladesh Student Rights Council did not find any evidence of the physical relationship of that student
The investigation committee has issued a report in the wake of a student rape case against former Dakshur (VP) Nurul Haque Nur and Hasan Al Mamun, the temporarily expelled convener of the Bangladesh Student Rights Council.
In its report, the committee said that the investigation committee did not find any evidence as to whether such incidents were taking place due to temptation. Even the complainant could not provide any information to the committee in this regard.
The Bangladesh Student Rights Council formed the committee to investigate the rape case of a DU student. This was informed in a press release on Sunday.
Convener of the investigation committee. The statement, signed by Bin Yameen Mollah and members Tariq Rahman and Razia Sultana, said the complainant was being promoted in various media as an activist of the Student Rights Council. He is also being talked about a love affair through organizational identity. The complainant is not an employee of the Student Rights Council. He was never involved in the organizational activities of the Student Rights Council.
It further said that the complainant had mentioned in the statement his love affair with Hassan Al Mamun but Hassan Al Mamun denied it. However, he said that he was acquainted with Hasan Al Mamun as a student of the same department.
According to the complaint, the complainant mentioned that he had met Nilkhet on June 24 to resolve the issue with Nurul Haque Nur, the former joint VP of Daksh, but did not meet the complainant directly. However, about three months ago, the complainant once called Nurul Haque Nur and told him that he would come to Dhaka to meet him, but he did not meet him again.