Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) authorities will expel the students, whose names are on the charge sheet in much-talked Abrar murder.
Professor Dr Mizanur Rahman, director of Buet Students Welfare Association, has confirmed it to The Business Standard today.
"Authorities will take initiatives if other students are found involved in the murder who are not listed in the police charge sheet," he said.
Police have pressed charges against 25 persons in the Abrar Fahad murder case.
Additional Commissioner of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Monirul Islam made the disclosure at a press briefing held at the DMP media centre at Ramna in the capital today.
On October 6, activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League beat Abrar to death for his alleged affiliation with Islami Chhatra Shibir politics.
Abrar, aged 21, was a second-year student of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.
The incident triggered nationwide protests as students of different universities across the country took to streets demanding arrest and capital punishment to the killers.