The parents and brother of BUET student Abara Fahad, who was beaten to death at his dorm Shere-E-Bangla Hall, arrived at Ganabhaban to meet Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Agencies report.
They reached the official residence of the Bangladesh premier around 5pm.
Abrar Fahad, aged 21, a student of electrical and electronic engineering department at BUET, was tortured to death reportedly by BCL leaders at Sher-e-Bangla Hall on October 7.
Later on that day, police arrested 10 BCL leaders of its Buet unit over the alleged involvement in the killing of fellow student Abrar Fahad.
On Oct 8, a Dhaka court placed ten leaders of BCL on a five-day remand and fixed November 13 for submission of probe report of the case filed over the murder of Abrar Fahad.
There was a wave of criticism across the country following the murder incident. Referring to her position for the trial of the murderers, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina also said, “Whatever the political identity of the culprit is, maximum punishment will be ensured.”