Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said the authorities of Bangladesh university of engineering and technology (Buet) can ban student politics on the campus if the university wants to do it.
“If Buet thinks, it can ban (student politics). We will not interfere,” she said responding to query about her stance over the recent demand of banning student politics following Buet student Abrar Fahad’s murder.
The premier, however, ruled out the possibility of banning student politics in the country saying that the student politics cannot be prohibited following a single incident.
She was addressing a press conference at her Gono Bhaban residence in Dhaka about the outcome of her recent official visits to USA and India.
The prime minister also said Bangladesh will export liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) to India after bottling the imported gas.
“Bangladesh is importing LPG from abroad. We will sell the LPG to India after bottling and meeting the demands of Bangladeshi people,” she said addressing the press conference.
A vested quarter has been criticising the government saying that Bangladesh is going to sell natural gas to India, she said.