Law enforcers have allegedly picked up a leader of the ongoing quota reform movement, claimed Lucky Akter, former president of Bangladesh Students’ Union.
According to Lucky’s facebook post, quota reforms leader Suhel was staying at her house when plainclothes men went there around 4:15am and tried to enter the house.
“They threatened to break open the door when I denied letting them in,” Lucky said. She, however, mentioned the men ‘Detective Branch police’.
Lucky said they handcuffed Suhel and interrogated him in a separate room and searched the room Suhel was staying in.
“They also seized his cell-phone,” she wrote.
Lucky claimed the ‘DB men’ checked her computer before leaving the house with Suhel.
The plainclothes men were taking Suhel with them for further interrogation over his involvement in the quota-reform movement, Lucky said.