Two JU Teacher Suspended
The authorities of Jahangirnagar University (JU) have suspended two of its instructors from their employment on discrete charges.
Associate Professor Dr. Mufti Mahmud of the JU Institute of Information and Technology (IIT) was ended for being missing in his working environment throughout the previous three years while teacher of the organization Ruhul Amin Khandaker was sacked as he was honored a three-year correctional facility term for a situation petitioned for making slanderous remarks about the Prime Minister.
The choice was taken at a syndicate meeting of the college hung on January 1, 2016 (Monday) night, said JU Registrar Abu Bakar Siddique.
College sources said, Ruhul Amin had made a post on his Facebook divider on August 13, 2011, saying, "Drivers are getting driving licenses with no tests. All kick the bucket; why not head administrator Sheik Hasina?"
On October 2, 2011, Monwar Hossain, aide police super of Dhaka, recorded an argument against the JU teacher with Dhaka's Chief Judicial Magistrate Court under area 124 (an) of the Penal Code.
On August 12, 2015, a Dhaka court sentenced the JU instructor to three years' detainment for the situation. On the other hand, the JU educator has been staying in Australia since 2009.
In the interim, Dr. Mufti Mahmud had traveled to another country on leave. On the other hand, he didn't join work even in three years after the expiry of his leave.