BNP's case against 2 DMP officers rejected

BNP’s case against 2 DMP officers rejected


A Dhaka court on Thursday rejected the case main opposition BNP filed against the deputy commissioner (DC) and assistant deputy commissioner (ADC) of Motijheel Zone today on charge of attempting to murder two security personnel of the party Chairperson Khaleda Zia on October 21. Magistrate Harunur Rashid passed the order. Earlier, Advocate Md Khorshed Alam, former general secretary of Dhaka Bar Association and law affairs secretary of BNP, filed the case with the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court of Dhaka against DC Ashrafuzzaman and ADC Mehedi Hasan. In his complaint, Alam mentioned that the DC and the ADC along with at least 25 members of Paltan Police Station and Dhaka Metropolitan Police attacked Col (retd) Abdul Majid and Enam Ahmed, who were assigned to provide security to the BNP chief Begum Khaleda Zia. The team led by the DC and ADC attacked Majid and Ahmed with an intention to kill the security staff, the complainant said when the court was hearing the case. Metropolitan Magistrate Harun-or-Rashid recorded the plaintiff’s case statement in morning and decided to pass the order later in the day. Chairperson Security Force (CSF) members got locked in a tussle with the law enforcers in front of BNP central office at Naya Paltan in the capital Monday night when the raided Begum Khaleda Zia’s motorcade and arrested a Juba Dal worker. – Court Correspondent



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