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JnU student Abontika’s suicide: Asst proctor suspended, classmate expelled

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The Jagannath University (JnU) authorities on Saturday temporarily suspended Assistant Proctor Din Islam following the suicide of a Law Department student Fairuz Abontika who accused him and a classmate Amman Siddique of abetting the suicide.
The university also temporarily expelled Amman Siddique and directed to arrest him immediately.
A press release, signed by Mohammad Feroz, Deputy Director of the Public Relations Department of the JnU, was issued in this regard.
A five-member committee headed by JnU Teachers Association President Professor Dr Md Jakir Hossain has been formed to investigate the incident, the press release said.
Source said JnU student Fairuz Abontika committed suicide at his home in Cumilla on Friday night after posting a suicidal note on her Facebook.
In the suicidal note, she mentioned that her classmate Amman Siddique and Assistant Proctor Din Islam would be responsible for her suicide.

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