BUET student Abrar Farhad expressed his critical view about Bangladesh’s agreement with India allowing the country to withdraw water from Feni river in his last social media status.
Abrar, a second-year student at electrical and electronic engineering department of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet), was found dead early today after ruling Awami League party student front Bangladesh Chhatra League men allegedly questioned him suspecting his involvement with Chattra Shibir.
On October 5 at 5:32pm, the day when Bangladesh and India signed several instruments including India’s withdrawal of 1.82 cusec water from Feni river, Fahad posted on Facebook stating three historical examples, in which he focused Bangladesh’s failure to achieve country’s interests like use of port, water sharing and export of energy resources from its closest big neighbor.
In his earlier posts he was also critical about Hilsha export, opening of Farakka Barrage and Indian aggression in Kashmir.
A screen shot of the post has been given below: