As students demanding half fare in public transports are returning to classes since December 1 following the prime minister’s instructions, some political leaders are caught red-handed trying to create chaos posing as students.
On December 2, law enforcers detained a young woman clad in school uniform as she delivered a hateful and anti-state speech in Rampura of Dhaka. Later, her real identity was revealed as Sohagi Samia, the Office Secretary of Samajtantrik Chhatra Front (Socialist Student Front) Dhaka city unit. Along with Sohagi Samia, another group of her party chanted anti-state slogans.
Earlier, a person was inciting the protesting students to involve in subversive activities. But the agitating students resisted him as he did not pass for a student. Challenged by students and police, he identified himself as Hafizur Rahman, a professional. He was carrying injections, cash, sleeping pills, and a card of a BNP leader in his pocket.
Later, students informed the law enforcers that the man was with them for two days. He even offered them cash and food for the protesting students. But they refused to receive anything from him as he was a stranger there.