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Punishment of Jamaat and Juba Dal leaders in sabotage case 10 years ago

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The court sentenced 10 people, including Jamaat-e-Islami’s former assistant general secretary Shafiqul Islam Masud and Juba Dal’s former secretary Mohammad Rafiqul Alam Majnu, to two and a half years of rigorous imprisonment in a sabotage case of the capital’s Paltan police station 10 years ago.

Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Moinul Islam’s court gave this verdict on Monday.

The convicts are the former president of Chhatra Dal, Abdul Quader Bhuiyan Jewell, Md. Ershadul, Humayun Kabir Roshan, Jonaid, Abdul Quader Khandaker, Khandaker Enamul Haque Enam and Mizanur Rahman Tipu.

45 people were acquitted as the charges were not proved.

As the convicts are absconding, the court has issued arrest warrants against them along with sentencing warrants.

Sheikh Shariful Islam, the lawyer of the state side of the concerned court, confirmed the sentence and said, ‘On December 1, 2012, BNP-Jamaat leaders took out a procession in Paltan area and controlled public life and traffic. When the police tried to stop them, they attacked the police. Four policemen were injured. Later, when the police retaliated, some pedestrians were injured. In this incident, the police filed a case at Paltan police station.


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