For the fourth time, Fakhrul and Abbas' bail is rejected

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Published: 12/22/2022 4:49:37 AM

BNP standing committee member Mirza Abbas and BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir's bail requests were denied by a Dhaka court in a case involving the fight between party members and police on December 7 in Nayapaltan.

On Wednesday, the pleas were dismissed by Dhaka Metropolitan Session Judge Asaduzzaman after their attorneys requested bail on behalf of the BNP officials.

On December 9, a team of Detective Branch (DB) of police picked up Fakhrul and Abbas from their homes in separate raids in the capital city.

Later, they were shown arrested in a case over the clash between police and the party activists in the capital’s Nayapaltan. A Dhaka court sent them to jail rejecting their bail pleas.

On December 12, a Dhaka court rejected the bail petitions of 224 leaders and activists of BNP, including Fakhrul and Abbas.

On December 15, a Dhaka court again rejected the bail petitions of the two BNP leaders in the case.

A Dhaka court ordered to give division facility to them on December 9 and then they were given the division facility from December 13.

On December 7, a Swechchasebak Dal leader was killed and around 50 others were injured in a clash between police and the BNP activists in front of the party’s Nayapaltan central office, ahead of its December 10 rally.

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