The seven-member probe body appointed by Dhaka University to investigate the widespread allegations of irregularities in the last Dhaka University Central Students' Union (DUCSU) election held in March, submitted its report to a syndicate meeting last night , in which they claim to have found no proof of irregularities, reports UNB.
"We did not find any truth to the allegations that were raised centring the DUCSU polls," said DU pro-vice chancellor (Administration) professor Muhammad Samad.
"We asked the candidates and students to submit any kinds of irregularities centering the DUCSU poll to the probe body, but no student submit any document of irregularities, added the pro VC.
Mohammad Rashed Khan, who contested the poll for the post of general secretary from the Quota Reform Panel, rejected the probe body report (he also boycotted the election earlier).
"We are totally rejecting the probe body report as there was no participation of student representative in the panel," Rashed said.
DU vice-chancellor professor Akhtaruzzaman formed the seven-member probe body headed by supernumerary professor Sajeda Banu to investigate the allegations surrounding the DUCSU polls, that were held for the first time in 28 years.