** Money is abroad as shared corruption ** Rising insecurity in Rohingya camps ** Investors lose Tk 10,261cr at DSE in one week ** 8 detained over Friday’s deadly attack ** T20 WC Super 12 Tigers seek winning start against Lanka ** Weak supply policy behind health sector’s anarchy ** Muhibullah murder ‘Killing squad’ man among 4 arrested ** Communal violence in Cumilla Iqbal, 3 others remanded ** Japan's Princess Mako celebrates final birthday ** Customers are seen buying vegetables at Gopibagh kitchen market in the capital on Saturday. Vegetable prices remain sky-high despite ample supply. ** Payra Bridge opens to traffic today ** Tripura Muslim body alleges attacks on mosques ** Soybean meal export ban yet to impact on poultry price ** Classes in schools to increase from Jan: Dipu Moni ** Other than looters and high government functionaries, all are marginalised ** A large crowd gather at the site of derailed freight train in Dhaka's Kawran Bazar area on Friday. ** Queen back at Windsor after hospital stay ** The Hindu, Buddhist and Christian Unity Council stage a torch procession in the capital's Shahbagh intersection on Friday protesting communal attacks parts of Bangladesh during the Durga Puja celebrations. ** Killings in refugee camp to disrupt repatriation: FM ** 7 killed in gun attack on Ukhiya Rohingya camp ** Minority council opt for mass protests ** No law to recruit judges in higher courts ** 1 injured die in DMCH ** Prime suspect of communal violence brought to Cumilla ** Malaysia lifts migrant worker ban **

Renu murder case, hearing on Nov 8

23 September 2021

Court Correspondent :
A Dhaka court yesterday fixed November 8 to record the depositions of the witnesses in the case lodged on charge of  killing Taslima Begum Renu in a mob beating in capital's Badda area.
Judge of the Women and Children Repression Prevention Tribunal-7 of Dhaka passed the order fixing the date on Wednesday.
Earlier, the court framed charges against two children accused and they are Zafor and Wasim.
On April 1, Sixth Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge of Dhaka, Fatema Imros Khonika framed charges against 13 adult accused. As of the 15 accused of the case, two are children, their trial is being held at the Juvenile Court.
Of the 15 accused, Mohiuddin was on the run. Later, he surrendered to the court and landed in the jail.
On September 10, last year, Investigation Officer, DB Police Inspector Abdul Haque submitted the charge-sheet of the case against 15 accused.   

Add Rate