Quota reform leader Rashed on 10 days remand again
A Dhaka court has granted 10 days remand in two cases comprising five days each to the joint convener of Bangladesh General Students Rights Protection Forum Rashed Khan. Earlier he was granted 5 days remand.
Dhaka’s Assistant Metropolitan Magistrate Md. Asduzzaman Nur delivered the order following appeal by police on Sunday.
The remand was given following two cases filed over attack on Dhaka University Vice Chancellor’s residence and under Information and Communication technology (ICT) Act.
Earlier police produced Rashed before court and sought 20 days remand. After hearing the court granted 10 days remand.
On the other hand the defended lawyers Jahidur Rahman Jahid and Md. Nuruzzaman sought bail for Rashed and cancellation of the remand.
A case was filed under ICT act against Rashed for demeaning Prime Minister on facebook live over quota reform. He was given 5 days remand in this case.
The court also granted 5 days remand in another case filed over vandalism in DU VC’s residence.
On July 1, Rashed was arrested in the case under ICT act filed by a Chhatra League leader. He was granted 5 days remand in the case. After the remand he was produced before court.
In the appeal of remand it was said that after analyzing Rashed’s facebook massenger, emo, whatsapp account there were evidences of money transaction through bkash and rocket.
Rashed’s father Nabai Bishwas, mother Saleha Begum, sister Rupali and wife Rabeya Alo were present in the court.