Suraiya Yasmin, a jobseeker, has lost her life when she came to protest for demanding an age limit for applying for a job. Suraiya has been seriously ill in the wake of the five-day hunger strike in front of the National Press Club. Not only Suraya, she is seriously ill and expects another 5/6 jobs.
The four-point demand for entry into the service, including the four-point demand, has begun on 4 December, when the Bangladesh General Student Welfare Council started hunger strike. First, they are doing Mass Massage and later death. After 5 days of hunger strike, the government has not yet taken any initiative to negotiate with those candidates. Already, most of the agitators have become seriously ill in the drawn hunger strike.
Due to the deterioration of the situation on Sunday (December 22), several candidates were admitted to Dhaka Medical College. Among them, Suraiya Yasmin, the coordinator of the movement, is in critical condition. He could not take any food in his mouth. He has been left with saline meal options. Three days ago, Suraiya fell ill once more. He was hospitalized at that time. The young woman joined the movement to get medical treatment from the hospital. This time he is worried about life.
However, Bangladesh General Student Welfare Council, which participated in the hunger strike on behalf of the demand of 2 million educated unemployed youth of the country, has declared, “Even if life goes on, they will not hold back on demanding them.”
Either they will collect, or they will return home with the dead bodies. '
Muzammel Miyazi, the head of the movement, said, “Many people have become ill in the fast. Suraiya Yasmin's situation in crisis. Besides, three other people – Ujjal Kumar, Reshma Akhter and Mosaddek Ali Russell – have been admitted to the hospital.
Regarding the aim of the movement, Miyazi said, “If the government does not accept our demands in line with this equality, then we will continue to starve to death.” And we do not care if life is in it or let it be. Why, we have the support of 2 million highly educated youths and their families in the country towards this demand. They look forward to our success. ”
The agitators demanded a four-point extension of the age of admission to the job in five years, reducing the job application fee from 5 to 5 pm, taking the job recruitment exams at the Jail or Divisional level and completing the recruitment process within three to six months and formulating specific policies and To implement
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