Kushtia, October 08: Abrar Fahad, a student Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), who was beaten to death allegedly by the university unit BCL activists early Monday, was laid to eternal rest on Tuesday morning in Kushtia.Abrar was buried at his family graveyard in Raidanga village of Koya union under Kumarkhali upazila of the district following third namaz-e-janaza, held at around 10 am.
Earlier, the second namaz-e-janaza of Abrar was held at Al-Hera Jam-e-Masjid in Kushtia at around 6:00am with the presence of a huge numbers of people.
An ambulance carrying the body of Abrar reached at his house on Bir Muktijoddha Asad road in the town at 5:00am.
Following the janaza, his body was taken to his village home at Raidanga village on Koya union under Kumarkhali upazila of the district.
Abrar, a second tear student of the EEE department in Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) was beaten to death by Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) activists at a room of Sher-e-Bangla Hall at Chawkbazar area in the capital on Sunday night.
Earlier, the body of Buet student Abrar Fahad was brought in Kushtia town on Tuesday morning.
A heart-rending scene was created when an ambulance carrying Abrar’s body reached his residence on PTI road in the town at around 5 am. Relatives, neighbours broke down in tears seeing the body of the young boy.
Hundreds of people attended the second namaz-e-janaza of Abrar Fahad held in front of Awami League Joint General Secretary Mahbub Alam Hanif’s residence at around 6 am.
Abrar’s body was taken to his village home at Raidanga village in Kumarkhali upazila at 8am where he will be buried at his family graveyard after the third namaz-e- janaza there.
Hundreds of people gathered there to have a glimpse of Abrar’s body.
Earlier, police arrested nine leaders and activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League in connection with the killing of Abrar on Monday and his father filed a case against 19 BCL men with Chawkbazar Police Station.