Nurul Haque VP of DUCSU, Golam Rabbani GS
Of the 25 posts in Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU) election Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) candidates have won all but the posts of Vice President (VP) and Social Service Secretary posts.
Quota reforms movement leader Md. Nurul Haque was elected the VP. He obtained 11 thousand 62 votes. His nearest competitor BCL President Rezwanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon got 9 thousand 129 votes.
In the election BCL General Secretary Golam Rabbani was elected General Secretary (GS) of DUCSU. Rabbani obtained 10 thousand 484 votes. His nearest competitor quota reforms movement leader Rashed Khan got 6 thousand 63 votes.
Besides, Dhaka University unit BCL General Secretary Saddam Hossain was elected Assistant General Secretary (AGS) of DUCSU. He obtained 15 thousand 301 votes. His nearest competitor quota reforms movement leader Faruque Hossain got 5 thousand 896 votes.
At around 3:15 am on Tuesday DU Vice Chancellor Dr. Md. Akhtaruzzaman declared the results at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban auditorium at the university. Pro Vice Chancellor (Education) Professor Dr. Nasrin Ahmed, Pro Vice Chancellor (Administration) Professor Dr. Mohammad Samad, Chief Returning Officer Professor SM Mahfuzur Rahman among others were present at that time.
In the DUCSU election Saad Bin Kader was elected as Liberation War Affairs Secretary, Arif Ibne Ali as Science and Technology Secretary, BM Lipi Akter as Common Room and Cafeteria Secretary, Shahrima Tanzina Orni as International Affairs Secretary, Kabir Nayan as Literature Secretary, Asif Talukder as Cultural Affairs Secretary, Shakil Ahmed Tanvir as Sports Secretary and Shams-e-Noman was elected as Students Transport Secretary. Besides, quota reforms movement leader Akhtar Hossain was elected as Social Service Secretary.
On the other hand the elected members are- Chibal Sangma, Nazrul Islam, Rakibul Hasan, Rakibul Islam Oitijya, Tanvir Hasan Saikat, Raisa Naser, Sabrina Eti, Farida Parvin, Nipu Islam Tonni, Haider Mohammad Zitu, Tilottoma Shikder, Zulfikar Alam Rasel and Mahmudul Hasan.