Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan today said that stern actions will be taken against the culprit who attacked college student Khadiza Akhter Nargis recently.
"Not only charge-sheet but also the trial would be held quickly of the attacker, who attempted to kill Khadiza," he said while addressing a function as the chief guest at University of Asia Pacific in the city.
The University of Asia Pacific and Bangladesh Society for Total Quality Management (BSTQM) jointly organised a programme entitled "Ninth National Annual Quality Convention on Education."
Around 600 students, teachers and members of various professions took part in the convention.
Many students from various schools and colleges shared their experiences on quality education. They presented two papers and took part in 42 brain-storming sessions.
Among others, chairman of board of trustee of the university Quaium Reza Chowdhury and Principal of Tejgaon College delivered their speeches.
The minister said the government has already taken necessary action against the culprit and to this end the law enforcement agencies arrested him and took confessional statement.
"There is no room for any criminal or terrorist in the soil of Bangladesh. You would see justice will be ensured quickly," Khan said.
Earlier, Badrul brutally attacked Khadiza Akter Nargis, a second year student of Sylhet Government Women's College. Khadiza is fighting for her life at hospital.
Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)