Metropolitan Chatra League leaders have alleged that a special group is taking immoral influence to create obstacles in the trial of the murder of the BCL leader Sudipta Biswas. They also alleged that the number of pressures being applied to the administration is being applied to protect the names of the tenants in the statement taken from the accused in the murder case. Metropolitan Chatra League leaders at the press conference held at the press conference on Saturday noon. They also demanded a speedy charge in this case. In the written statement at the press conference, city unit president Imran Ahmed Imu said, “11 people were arrested in connection with Sudipto murder. Many of them gave statements under section 164. But the names and directors of the incident have been left behind. “On 6 October last year,
Chittagong University City College student Sudipta Biswas was summoned from his home and was brutally beaten to death at South Nalapara in the city. In this incident, Sudipta’s father filed a murder case against seven unknown people in Sadarghat Police Station. In the past one year, news has been published in the media that some former and current BCL leaders have been involved in the incident. 11 people have been arrested in connection with the murder, but there are no kulkinars yet.
The leader of the city unit BCL said that a group of terrorists has carried out the killing under the direction of a ‘identified terrorist leader’ of the city’s Lalkhanbazar, said Awami League General Secretary Majlishdur Obaidul Quader ordered the police administration of Chittagong to arrest Sudipto murder and arrest the commanders. Yet, why was the main person not arrested in a year, he questioned.
Among the others, among others, was the general secretary of the city’s Chhatra League General Secretary Zakaria Dastagir, Vice President Joynal Uddin Jahid, Shahin Mollah, Naim Rony, Joint General Secretary Rony Mirza.