Ramu college student tortured, Bakhat’s 6-month prison sentence



Chittagong bureau:
A man named Abdullah al-Sakib (24) was sentenced to 6 months’ imprisonment for his alleged harassment of a college girl at Ramu in Cox’s Bazar. On Monday, Upazila Assistant Commissioner (Land) and Executive Magistrate Chhayyahola Chowdhury handed the sentence to the mobile court Sentenced dead Sattakania municipality resident of Samiapara dead Idris’s son.
Prior to the assassination of college girl, Ramu Police Station Officer-in-Charge Mohammad Abul Mansur was arrested and arrested on charges of sedition. The police sub-inspector (SI) Mungchai Marma and the concerned people were present.
He was sentenced to the 509 of D-Rule 1860, said Executive Magistrate of the Upazila administration Thayehala Chowdhury.
Ramu Police Station Officer-in-Charge Mohammad Abul Mansur told that a young girl named Abdullah al-Sakib was harassing regularly for a college student of Kawarkhope Lot Ukharighona area. The young man gave false information to the police several times as he was kidnapped because he could not be selfish. Later, the government was brought under the law for preventing torture of women and children and highest punishment was also made


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