Entering the hall with ganja, HSC examinee sentenced to 6 months imprisonment


A traveling court has sentenced an examinee to six months’ imprisonment without labor for the crime of getting marijuana puriya and fake certificate in the HSC examination hall in Rupganj, Narayanganj. Meanwhile, two others were expelled for the crime of obtaining counterfeits.

On Thursday (July 4) at noon, fake notes and fake notes were recovered from the HSC examination hall of Bhulta School and College of Upazila.

The sentenced candidate is a student of Begum Anwara College in Panchrukhi area of ​​the upazila. The expelled students are students of Kanchan Chalim Uddin Chowdhury Degree College and Panchrukhi Begum Anwara College.

According to teachers and local sources, Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Ahsan Mahmud Russell visited during the examination. At that time, some of the examinees were searched as suspicious. Fake note and ganja puree were found on one’s phone. He was later sentenced to six months’ imprisonment by a mobile court. The other two were expelled.

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Central secretary and principal of Bhulta School and College. Abdul Awal Molla said, ‘Today the English first paper exam of HSC was going on. Meanwhile, an examinee inadvertently entered the hall with drugs. which is unfair Later, the examinee and two others were punished.

When asked, Rupganj Upazila Executive Officer Ahsan Mahmud Russell said that two were expelled for entering the examination hall with fake notes and phones and one was sentenced to six months for being found with cannabis.

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