Members of Rapid Action Battalion have arrested one person in connection with the death of two people during the clashes between Dhaka College students and New Market traders.
Heated arguments and brawls between the shopkeepers of New Market area and Dhaka College students are nothing new. Over the years, the city dwellers suffered their share when both the parties locked into running battles and violent clashes -- most of the time over trivial matters.
A case has been filed against two Facebook users under the Digital Security Act (DSA) for allegedly spreading misinformation against Dhaka South City Corporation Mayor Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh regarding the clashes at Dhaka's New Market area on April 18 and 19.
A Dhaka court today placed five Dhaka College students on a two-day remand each in a case filed over the death of Nahid Mia during the students-traders clash in Dhaka's New Market area on April 19.
Police's Detective Branch (DB) arrested five students of Dhaka College, including Kaiyum, from different parts of the capital in connection with the murder of deliveryman Nahid Mia, who was killed during a clash between New Market traders and students of the college.
The High Court today directed 14 BNP leaders and activists to surrender before the lower court concerned in six weeks – in connection with two cases filed over the clashes between Dhaka College students and traders in New Market area.
Law enforcers yesterday interrogated at least six Dhaka College Chhatra League men with links to the clashes between students and traders in the capital’s New Market area, which left two persons dead.
Detective Branch of police have arrested former New Market thana BNP President Makbul Hossain in connection with a case filed for obstructing police in discharging duties, assaulting law enforcement officers, and damaging property during the clashes between students of Dhaka College and traders in New Market area on April 18 and 19.
On 18 April, a trifle turned into a violent clash between students and traders around the New Market area in Dhaka -- with 2 persons getting killed, more than 60 being injured, and loss of property in millions of takas.