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Relatives rush at Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court while 22 varsity students being sent to jail as the court filed two cases against them during recent demonstrations in city for safe roads. This photo was taken from in front of CMM Court on Thursday.



Court Correspondent :
A Dhaka court sent 22 private university students to the jail in two cases filed over attacking on police during demonstrations demanding road safety.
Magistrate Sottobroto Shikdar of the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court of Dhaka passed the order on Thursday in two cases filed with Badda and Vatara police stations of the city.
The students are Rislatul Ferdous, Redwan Ahmmed, Rashedul Islam, 'Bayezid', Mushfiqur Rahman, Iftekhar Ahmed, Reza Rifat Akhlaq, AHM Khalid Reza, Tariqul Islam, Noor Mohammad, Simanta Sarker, Iktider Hossain, Jahidul Haque, 'Hasan', Saber Ahmed, Mehedi Hasan, Shihab Shahriar, Shakhawat Hossain Nijhum and Aminul Ehsan. Fourteen of them were arrested in a case lodged with Badda Police Station and eight others in Vatara Police Station. They are students of East West University, North South University and BRAC University.
Badda Police Station Investigation Officer (IO) Julhas Mia and Vatara police station Investigation Officer SI Hasan Masud produced the accused before the court after two-day remand.
Earlier, on Tuesday, the court granted two-day remand in the two cases over alleged attacks on police and vandalism during protests for safe roads.

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