The Dhaka College authorities have formed a three-member probe committee to find out if the students of the college were involved in the recent clashes with traders in Dhaka's New Market area on April 19.
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.
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.
During the fierce clashes between shopkeepers and Dhaka College students in New Market area on Tuesday, a young man in a dark blue T-shirt was seen lying motionless in front of Nur Jahan Super Market.
Three pedestrians were critically injured in the violence. Nahid Mia and Morsalin were among them.
Police have filed a case against former New Market thana BNP president Makbul Hossain and former general secretary Jahangir Hossain Patwari for obstructing police in discharging duties, assaulting law enforcement officers, and damaging property.
Blaming traders and police for Tuesday’s (April 19, 2022) clash in New Market area, Dhaka College students last night (April 20) held a press conference at the ANM NajibUddin Khan Khurram Auditorium of the college and placed a 10-point demand.
A teenager, Nahid Hasan (18), who sustained critical injuries during the clash between shop employees and Dhaka College Students in New Market area died at Dhaka Medical College Hospital tonight.
Sentu Miah, owner of a shop at Nurjahan Market in New Market, bought clothes worth Tk 20 lakh to sell in his shop on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr. But everything was burnt to ashes in the fire.