'Quota reform movement won't be stopped'

The understudies showing for changes in the amount framework have said they would proceed with their development until the point when a paper is distributed transforming the current quantity framework.

Their announcement comes following news that the administration's quantity change board of trustees has suggested the annulment of the standard framework from ninth to thirteenth grades (class I and class II) of open occupations.

"This is surely a positive move from the legislature. Yet, we need the false bodies of evidence that have been recorded against us be dropped and individuals who have assaulted us be conveyed to book," said Hasan Al Mamun, convener of Bangladesh Sadharan Chhatra Odhikar Sangrakkhon Parishad (Bangladesh General Students' Rights Protection Council).

"We will take out a parade on the Dhaka University grounds at 11:00am on Tuesday, as arranged. What's more, our development will proceed with," he additionally said while talking at a question and answer session before the focal library on Monday.

The administration council, which was shaped to survey the current quantity framework out in the open administration, presented a report in such manner on Monday, said the head of the board of trustees, bureau secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam, at a public interview in Dhaka.

Citing legal advisors, Shafiul Alam said the court decision against the share change won't influence the portion change or standard end process.

On April 11, executive Sheik Hasina pronounced in parliament that a wide range of quantities in government employments would be nullified, after the countrywide dissents of the understudies the nation over requesting changes in the share framework in people in general administration enlistment process.

The administration on 2 July framed the seven-part board of trustees, headed by Shafiul Alam, to survey the amount change process.

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