Aminbazar Killing Case: Arrest warrant against 36 fugitives

A Dhaka court took into cognizance the charges brought against 60 persons in connection with the much-talked-about killing of six students at capital’s outskirts Aminbazar in Savar in 2011.

Senior Judicial Magistrate of Chief Judicial Magistrate’s Court in Dhaka Kazi Shahidul Islam on Wednesday also issued arrest warrants against 36 fugitives in connection of the killing.
The court also cancelled bails for Rajib, Rahim and Saddam– three accused in the case–for their being absent at the court during the day’s proceedings.
Sources said a total of 36 accused in the killing are absconding. The court also cancelled bail of three accused as they did not attend the court.
Earlier on early July 18 in 2011, six students were beaten to death by a mob at Bardeshi village in Aminbazar of Savar taking them for robbers.
The deceased were Tipu Sultan, Towhidur Rahman Palash, Kamruzzaman Kanto and Ibrahim Khalil, Shams Rahim Shamam and Sitaf Jabi Munif.
Apart from the deceased, another youth Al-Amin only could escape although he had to sustain huge injury in the mob beating.
On January 13, Additional Superintendent of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) Sharif Uddin Ahmed, also the investigation officer of the case, submitted the charge sheet against 60 people.
Later, the court fixed January 16 for giving decision whether the charges brought against them in the case would be taken into cognizance.
Ten other accused including prime accused Abdul Malek who also had secured bail from the HC were present at the court. Another 11 accused in the killing are in

Leave a Reply