JnU Correspondent : The students of Jagannath University (JnU) staged protest programme for the third consecutive day on Sunday, demanding the recovery of twelve residential halls of the university that have been occupied by alleged land grabbers including Hazi Md Selim, the Member of the Parliament (MP) of Dhaka-7 constituency over the last two decades. As well, National Human Rights Commission’s Chairman Professor Dr Mizanur Rahman, JnUTA president Shariful Islam, general secretary Shirajul Islam, Awami League and BNP backed teachers association ‘blue panel’ and ‘white panel’, JnU unit BCL, JCD, Progressive Students alliance, as well as different social and cultural organizations expressed solidarity to this procession. Thousands of agitating students staged a rally on the campus and formed a human chain on the university Liberation War sculpture at around 10am. They also besieged the office of Vice-Chancellor for half an hour in the morning. The agitating students said, “The land grabbers including Hazi Md Selim have grabbed many properties of Jagannath University including Tibbet Hall. The agitating students vowed to continue their protest programme through abstention of classes and exams until the dormitories are recovered. Later, the students came out from the campus with slogans and barricaded the roads with logs and setting fire on tyres, resulting in acute traffic jam on the busy Sadarghat-Gulistan route of the Old Dhaka for about two hours.