Fakhrul, Falu, Rizvi denied bail
15 March 2015, Nirapad News: A court here on Sunday turned down the bail petitions of three top BNP leaders, including its acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, in separate violence cases.
The two other BNP leaders are its chairperson’s adviser Mosaddek Ali Falu and joint secretary general Ruhul
Kabir Rizvi. Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge (acting) KM Imrul Kayes passed the order after hearing the three separate bail petitions submitted by their lawyer Sanaullah Mia.
On January 4, miscreants torched a private car in front of Baitul Mamur Mosque at AGB Colony in Motijheel.
A case was filed against 81 BNP-Jamaat leaders and activists, including Fakhrul, in this connection.
On January 5, miscreants hurled two crude bombs targeting a motorcycle of police sergeant Tanumoy Sikdar
and set the vehicle afire near Paltan Tower on Shaheed Syed Nazrul Islam Sarani in Purana Paltan in the
city. A case was filed against 51 people, including Fakhrul, in this regard.
On January 6, plain-clothes police arrested the BNP leader as he came out of the Jatiya Press Club after
about 25 hours of stay there.
Besides, on January 28, a case was filed against Mosaddek Ali under the Special Powers Act in connection
with crude bomb explosions and arson in Mirpur area on the day.
On February 1, plainclothes police picked Falu up from in front of BNP Chairperson’s Gulshan office.
Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested BNP leader Ruhul Kabir Rizvi from a house at Baridhara in
the city on January 31 in connection with another violence case.
On January 23, miscreants hurled a petrol bomb at a Narayanganj-bound bus of ‘Glory Paribahan’ when it was
crossing Khaterpool area, leaving at least 30 of its passengers burn injured.
On January 24, a case was filed against 68 BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami leaders and activists, including Rzivi,
in connection with the arson attack.