Intense protests and proper investigation demands

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2 May 19, Mr. Sarwar Jahan Mithu, (Textile Engineer, Noakhali Textile Engineering College, 1998), while he was in on duty for Green Life Washing Plant, the owner of Plant taken him in office custody and tortured for a long time. Later, he was admitted to the hospital in a critical condition. It is clearly viaolation of the workplace security.

We strongly condemn the tragedy and protest on behalf of ex-students of Textile Engineering College, Noakhali under BSc in Textile Engineering program and demand proper judicial action by bringing the owner of that company under proper investigation. Alongside this, we are urging to prepare a clear rugulation for the overall security of the workplace.

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