It is a well-known fact that politicians seek to retain power once they attain it.
It is becoming increasingly difficult for quota reform leaders to attend court hearings every month as police are “dillydallying” the submission of probe reports in five cases filed against them over a year ago.
Descendants of freedom fighters yesterday took to the streets once again, demanding the reinstatement of 30 percent quota for children and grandchildren of freedom fighters for classes I and II government jobs.
Children and grandchildren of freedom fighters who were demonstrating demanding reinstatement of 30 percent quota facilities in government jobs for them postpone their protest until October 14.
Quota reformists say that their movement was for logical reformation in the civil service quota system, not for total abolishment.
Quota reformist leaders express satisfaction to the cabinet committee as it recommended to abolish the existing quota preservation system in the first and second class government jobs.
A student of Eden College, also a leader of the quota reform movement, is arrested from her grandfather’s house in Belkuchi upazila of Sirajganj district, police say.
Defying Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's warning, Chhatra League men have yet again attacked activists of the quota reform movement.
Chhatra League men are once again blamed for assaulting quota reformists, a day after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina specifically ordered against such aggression.