Dhaka, Oct. 14 -- What Nur said in a livestream on Facebook on Monday was "false and imaginary", she told bdnews24.com on Tuesday night.

The alleged victim, a student of Islamic studies department who had also been involved in the anti-quota movement, has been on a hunger strike on the campus' Raju Memorial since Oct 8, demanding the arrest of the accused. She was later hospitalised briefly after falling ill during the strike.

Hasan Al Mamun, the key suspect in her case, is a student of the same department.

He was suspended by the Bangladesh Council to Protect General Students' Rights, a platform that organised the movement, as its convenor after the rape allegation surfaced.

Another key suspect, Nazmul Hasan Sohag, is also accused of...