Syeda Ratna and her youngest son, Isa Abdullah Sadekin Piyanshuk, were freed on bail by the police after they mounted a demonstration against the construction of the Kalabagan police station building at the Kalabagan Tentultala field in August.
At 12:15 p.m. on Sunday (April 24), Paritosh Chandra, the officer in charge of the Kalabagan Police Station, verified that they were released at 12:15 p.m.
Christian leaders including a Catholic bishop have criticized and cast doubt over the effectiveness of an ongoing anti-militancy drive that has seen thousands of arrests in Bangladesh over the past three days.
Police arrested more than 8,500 suspected terrorists in the weeklong crackdown that began June 11.
Instead of mass arrests, the government needs to prevent attacks on minority communities,
says Bishop Gervas Rozario
More than 2,000 leaders and activists from the main opposition Bangladesh National...
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The trial process of 156 cases in relation to ‘militant activities’ remains halted as plaintiffs, investigating officers and witnesses of the cases from members of the police are not turning up in the courts.
The courts are not being able to begin the proceedings of 138 cases filed under the anti-terrorism act for lack of government approval. The proceedings of four more cases remained suspended due to the stay order by the High Court.
Sources concerned said, arrest warrants were issued against 333 members of the police, who
are also w...
Chief Justice of Bangladesh Surendra Kumar Sinha today said terrorism has become a serious threat to the security of his country and there was an urgent need to curb activities of groups like IS.
Delivering a speech at Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) here, Justice Sinha said time has come for the entire world to stand together to fight IS and other forms of terrorism.
His statement came in the wake of recent killings of a Japanese and an Italian in Bangladesh
within one week. The Islamic State (IS) has reportedly claimed responsibility for the...