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ABVP Calls for 24-Hour Student Strike at North Bengal University Following Research Scholar’s Death

ABVP Demands Justice for Research Scholar's Death, Initiates 24-Hour Strike at North Bengal University, Leading to Major Disruptions on Campus.

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Siliguri, May 27 (Siliguri Journal) – The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has announced a 24-hour student strike at North Bengal University (NBU). They are demanding the expulsion and punishment of Professor Siddharth Shankar Laha in relation to the death of a research scholar.

According to reports, ABVP protesters locked Gate Number 02 of the university on Monday morning and shut down several departments.

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The distressing incident occurred on May 16, when the body of a research scholar was found hanging at a rented accommodation in Shiv Mandir. The scholar’s brother later filed a murder complaint against the accused professor at the Matigara police station. As a result, the professor has been suspended from his duties at North Bengal University.

Since the incident, the ABVP has been demanding action against the accused professor. They initiated an indefinite strike two days ago and have now called for a 24-hour strike. The university has been significantly impacted by the strike since this morning.

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