Editorial

Plot to create unrest on campuses

Conspirators’ attempts must be nipped in the bud


Bangladeshpost
Published : 31 Aug 2021 07:58 PM | Updated : 31 Aug 2021 11:58 PM

It is feared that a plot is being hatched to make the university campuses unstable in order to destabilise the country. While the preparation is going on to reopen universities from October 15 in phases only after vaccinating all students, teachers and staffs, a vested quarter is taking preparations to create unrest in the country centering the reopening of the universities with a target to oust the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Apart from hatching its anti-state conspiracy by appointing lobbyists in different places in the world and investing money at home and abroad, the vested quarter is now instigating the students to create chaos on campus by delivering aggressive speeches. And such incidents have been taking place over the last few days. Needless to say, such aggressive speeches and unruly processions will harm the peaceful environment prior to the opening of the universities and instigate many students to get them involved in the violence instead of academic activities.      


Students must refrain themselves 

from getting involved in chaos 

or violence


The students are now very excited and eagerly waiting to return to their respective campuses after the 18-month shut caused by Covid-19 pandemic. Besides, the government and university authorities are taking all-out measures and preparations to complete vaccination of all students, teachers and staff by this mid September and to ensure congenial atmosphere on campuses right now. 

But the politics of conspiracy is still going on in the country as the anti-liberation forces and killers of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman are out to destroy the peaceful educational environment of the public university.

There are people who can not tolerate the country’s progress and development. They are trying to grasp the state power using the university students instead of staying beside them during this crisis time. Hence, the university authorities must create a congenial atmosphere for their students to continue their academic activities and should not allow any sort of attempt that could mislead students as they are set to resume in-person classes from the next month. 

The students of all public universities and colleges will have to remain alert as there will be tougher challenges in the days to come and they must refrain themselves from getting involved in chaos or violence.

Besides, the young people especially the university students imbued with the spirit of the Liberation War will have to be united and work for the development of the country with integrity. 

Apart from the government and university authorities, people from all walks of life especially academics, elite personalities of the society and socio-cultural organisations must thwart conspirators’ attempts to destroy the existing stable situation of the country at any cost.