Khadijatul Kubra, a student of Jagannath University (JnU) who was released from Kashimpur central jail securing bail in two DSA cases on Monday morning, sat for an examination shortly after her release, reports UNB.
Khadija was released from Kashimpur Women's Prison at 09:00 am on Monday and went directly to Jagannath University to take part in the semester final exam.
Although the exam started at 10 o'clock, she entered the hall at 11:30 am. She sat the exam in the fourth semester with two semesters lost.
Her elder sister Sirajum Monira said, "We came to the prison early in the morning. Then Khadija was released at 09:00 am. Khadija's semester final exam starts on Monday that's why we came early in the morning."
Earlier, Khadija secured bail last Thursday. The bail order reached the jail authorities on Sunday evening.
Despite waiting a long time on Sunday, her relatives had to return without her because she was not given the permission to release.
The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday upheld a High Court (HC) order that granted bail her in two cases under the Digital Security Act (DSA) in 2020.
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