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Quota reform leader Tarek goes missing

Published : Monday, 16 July, 2018 at 12:51 PM Count : 293



Quota reform movement leader Md Tarek Rahman went missing since Saturday night.

Family members claimed that he was picked up for his involvement in quota reform protest.

They said Tarek went to a shop at Fakirapool in the capital at about 8pm for printing banners and some papers related to quota reform.

But they denied him to do the work and he went missing since then.

His mobile also switched off since then.

Tarek, a joint convenor of Bangladesh General Students' Rights Protection, is taking preparation for BCS examination after finishing his MBA from Cumilla university.



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