Siddiqur received injuries in his eyes during the demonstration staged by seven government colleges affiliated with the University of Dhaka. They were demanding dates and schedule of their examinations. The minister also asked the members of police force to exercise restraint and remain careful while performing their duties. “Whoever is responsible for the incident will be brought to justice.” Home minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal on Tuesday said if required another probe body would be formed to investigate the incident of police action on demonstrating college students at Shahbagh intersection in the capital, which caused injuries to the eyes of Titumir College student M Siddiqur Rahman. The home minister came up with the remarks while talking to reporters at the department of narcotics control after attending a discussion on the upcoming International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking to be observed on Wednesday. “DMP has formed a body to probe into whether police had any negligence during the incident in which Siddiqur was injured. If the report seems unsatisfactory, the ministry will form another probe committee to investigate into the matter,” he said.
The Lambda Kappa Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha will hold their annual Kozy Kerchief & Kozy Kaps program at the Vienna Presbyterian Church, 124 Park St. NE, on Oct. 24 from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. The event will take place on National Make A Difference Day and consist of AKA members and volunteers creating, sewing and hand delivering head wraps for women and children undergoing cancer treatments at local hospitals.For more information, visit aka-lko.org/programs/kozy-kerchief-kozy-kaps