Lalmonirhat arrest warrant against 327 BNP activists


Staff Reporter : The court has issued warrant for arrest of 327 BNP activists in Lalmonirhat. On Thursday, Lalmonirhat Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Mehedi Hasan Molla ordered the authorities to give the order. It is learned in the case details that, on December 16, 2007, a victory rally in Awami League and BNP was held in the Victory Day rally. At that time, Additional Superintendent of Police (A Circle) Sushant Sarker, Sadar Police Station Officer-in-Charge Mahfuz Alam, Sub-Inspector Alamgir Hossain and two constables were injured in the incident. Sub-Inspector of Sadar Police Station SI Alamgir Hossain filed a case against more than 3/4 people of the Awami League with the names of 28 leaders and activists of the BNP. Sub-Inspector (SI) Mainul Haque of Sadar Police Station, Sub-Inspector of Sadar Police Station Sub-Inspector Mainul Haque submitted the chargesheet in the court against the 419 people on Thursday (December 6th) after a long investigation. The main accused in the case, Harun Mia, resident of Barabari of Sadar upazila, is in Dhaka’s second case in the second case of the Information Technology Act. In the case of Aslam, one in Lalmonirhat jail. After reviewing the chargesheet, the court’s Judge Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Mehdi Hasan Molla issued warrant for the arrest of 327 accused. Sub-inspector of the case Sadar Police Station Sub-Inspector Mainul Haque said that the investigation has been submitted to the court against 419 accused in the case. Lalmonirhat Court Inspector (OC) Jahangir Alam said the court has issued arrest warrants against 327 accused in the case. The court’s order is being sent to the concerned police station. Lalmonirhat district BNP general secretary Hafizur Rahman Babla said that in the first case, the police named the names of 28 leaders and workers in a false case. Now the order has been given to BNP to oust the activists and legalize public interest.


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