Quota reformist Rashed gets death threat
Quota Reform Movement leader Rashed Khan have received threat on his life for his participation in the movement.
Rashed’s elder sister Rupali Khatun confirmed the matter.
“Two unidentified men went to our village home at Muraridah in Jenidah municipal area after Magrib prayers on Wednesday and threatened me and my mother to kill Rashed if he continues the movement”, said Rupali.
The two persons, however did not disclose their identities and informed that they were just following the instruction from the higher level and spoke irrelevantly. “We asked Rashed earlier not to join Quota reform movement but he did not listen. If joins any further movement, his life will be in danger,” Rupali said quoting them.
Meanwhile, Rashed's mother fell sick on hearing the threat on her son's life.
About the threat Rashed, joint convener of Bangladesh Sadharan Chhatra Adhikar Sangrakkhan Parishad, said he received life threat if further continues the movement.
Milu Miah, additional superintendent of Jenidah police, said the family of Rashed did not informed police about any threat.