Some Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) leaders and workers are still staying in the Razia Sultana Hall of the Eden Mohila College despite the authority's directive to vacate the dormitories, said a college source, reports UNB.
Eden Mohila College was Tuesday declared closed till March 29 apparently in a bid to contain the campus unrest that began last week.
General students of the college launched a movement on March 8 against 'seat capture' and 'seat business' allegedly by the JCD workers in the college hostels.
Meanwhile, Principal of the college Firoza Begum has ruled out the possibility of her resignation, saying the demand came only from a few students and outsiders.
"The question of my resignation does not arise, as the demand was made by a small number of students and outsiders," she told newsmen Wednesday following the Tuesday's violence on the college campus.
The principal said: "We think, an evil force, in a planned way, is trying to destabilise the academic atmosphere in the college. So, we asked that the halls be vacated."
Referring to Monday's overnight sit-in programme by the enraged students, she alleged that the girls, with provocation from some outsiders, spent the night in the streets.
"They enjoyed their time singing songs with the male colleagues of their political organisation during the period," she said.