VP Nur biography– He is a well-known student leader of Bangladesh. During the quota reform movement in 2018, he came to the fore as one of the joint conveners of the Bangladesh General Student Rights Protection Council. He was elected Vice-President (VP) in the 2019 Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU)) elections.
Nurul Haque Nur was born in the present Char Biswas Union in the greater Char Kajal Union of Galachipa Upazila in Patuakhali District of Barisal Division. His father’s name was Idris Hawladar. He is a businessman and former Union Parishad member. His mother’s name is Nilufa Begum. Nur is the second of three brothers and five sisters. Nur read up to class seven in Char Biswas Janata Secondary School in Patuakhali. He completed his secondary education in 2010 from Golam Nabi Secondary School in Kaliakair, Gazipur. His higher secondary education is in 2012 from Uttara High School and College, Dhaka. He was admitted in the English department of Dhaka University in the 2013-14 academic years.
Political life of Nur
VP Nur– Nurul Haque Nur was one of the joint conveners of the Bangladesh General Student Rights Protection Council during the Quota Reform Movement. It’s one of the most popular student movements in Bangladesh. Earlier, he was the Deputy Human Development Secretary of Mohsin Hall of Dhaka University Chhatra League. He is also connected with various willful organizations, including debating and acting. In June 2020, Nur publicly announced the formation of a new political party led by the youth.
Assault and lawsuit of Nur
On 22 December 2019, Nurul Haque Nur managed a rally at the foot of the Raju Sculpture (Raju Vaskorjo) at Dhaka University in solidarity with the students pleading against the Indian Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Citizenship Registration. When the leaders and activists of Muktijuddha Mancha attempted to obstruct the rally, clashes broke out. The two sides ran after each other in the clash. At one stage, Muktijoddha Mancha activists pushed Nur and members of his organization Bangladesh Sadharan Chhatra Adhikar Sanrakshan Parishad at the central student parliament building of Dhaka University. Several students of his organization were injured in the political fact.
In 2019, Nur was attacked at least 10 times in different movements. In September 2020, a woman sued him for rape.
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