Sunday, November 21, 2010

Court seeks police report on bomb hurling at CJ house by Dec 30

A Dhaka court on Saturday asked police to submit by December 30 the investigation report into the case filed against five leaders of the BNP for throwing cocktails at the main entrance of the official residence of chief justice ABM Khairul Haque on Thursday.
Metropolitan magistrate Zulfikar Haider set the deadline after receiving the information report of the case filed on Friday with the Ramna police station by sub-inspector M Zafor Ali against five leaders on charge of blasting bombs and conspiring to the attack the residence of CJ.
du bcl clashIn the FIR, the police said that some people from a running car had thrown two cocktails on the house of the chief justice on Hare Road in the city at around 8:30 pm on Thursday.
‘They have a information that Juba Dal chairman Syed Moazzem Hossain Alal, Swechhasebak Dal president Habib un Nabi Khan Sohel, BNP Human Rights Affairs secretary Nasir Uddin Asim, JCD president Sultan Salahuddin Tuku and BNP secretary general Khandaker Delwar Hossain’s son Akhtar Hamid Paban were seen roaming in the area before and after the incident,’ said the FIR.
Police also said that they had seized some chemicals, leads packed tied with scotch tape and some pieces of marbles from gate 1 of the residence.
Sub-inspector MA Jalil was appointed investigation officer in the case.
‘We are trying to arrest the suspected bomb hurlers… We raided the homes of the five suspected persons but could not arrest any of them,’ Jalil told New Age.
Unidentified persons hurled cocktails when the chief justice and his family members were in the house, according to police. There was, however, no report of any casualties.
The bombs went off about 20 yards from the western side of the residence. Security guards could not spot anyone on the streets although they went out immediately after the blasts, police said.
-New Age

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