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Criminal Investigation Department

CID gets 3 months more to probe Manzur murder

CID gets 3 months more to probe Manzur murder

A Dhaka court today granted about three months more to Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to complete probe into the murder of Major General Abul Manzur. Judge Khandakar Hasan Mohammad Firoz of the First Additional District and Sessions Judge's Court extended the time till October 9. With this, the court has extended the time given for the investigation for the third time. The judge came up with the order after the CID submitted a petition before the court seeking more time to complete the probe. In his petition, investigation officer Abdul Kahar Akond,...

Seven-murder Probe

Govt wants to withdraw CID

The government yesterday moved the High Court for exempting the Criminal Investigation Department from probing the sensational seven-murder case. The court is expected to decide on the matter today. In his petition, Attorney General Mahbubey Alam cited legal restrictions on inquiries into a case by two agencies simultaneously. “Separate probes may end up in varied findings, contradicting each other on some points. No matter how small the differences are, it may destroy the trial," he told The Daily Star. He submitted the petition...

INQUIRY INTO NARAYANGANJ 7-MURDER

Govt plea seeking CID's exclusion rejected

Govt plea seeking CID's exclusion rejected

The High Court today turned down a government petition asking for excluding the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of police from probing into the Narayanganj seven-murder. While passing the order, the HC slightly modified its previous order, tasking CID only with running an inquiry into the gruesome abduction and murder of seven people in April,...

7-murder culprits identified: Probe body

7-murder culprits identified: Probe body

The government-formed committee has claimed to have identified culprits behind the sensational seven murders in Narayanganj. Deputy Secretary of law ministry Mizanur Rahman Khan, also a member of the committee, disclosed this today after submitting a progress report on their investigation into the murders to the attorney general’s (AG) office. Earlier in the day, the...

CID asked to submit Rana Plaza probe reports by Aug 13

CID asked to submit Rana Plaza probe reports by Aug 13

  A Dhaka court today asked Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to submit probe reports before it by August 13 in two cases filed in connection with Rana Plaza building collapse that killed at least 1,135 people and maimed scores. The Guardian picks up on 7 big European governments pushing brands to sign #RanaPlaza Accord #OECDrbc...

9 kidnapped Bangladeshis return from Iran

9 kidnapped Bangladeshis return from Iran

Nine Bangladeshi migrants, who were rescued by Iranian police from the clutches of traffickers, returned home this morning. A flight carrying them landed at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the capital around 10:40am, said Mojibul Haque, senior assistant superintendent of police of Criminal Investigation Department (CID). The victims -- Halim, Mohsin, Sohrab, Sahabuddin, Samar...

CID gets 83 days more to probe Manzur murder

CID gets 83 days more to probe Manzur murder

A Dhaka court today granted 83 more days to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to complete investigation into the Major General Abul Manzur murder case. Judge Khondker Hasan Md Firoz of the Court of First Additional District and Session Judge passed the order after CID Special Superintendent of police Abdul Kahar Akond, also the investigating officer of the case, submitted a petition seeking three months more for further probe. Later, the court allowed the CID to complete the probe by July 7. The court also exempted former military dictator and prime accused of the case HM Ershad from personal appearance before the court following a petition filed by Ershad. In respond to a...

Arrest post-polls perpetrators, HC asks IGP

Arrest post-polls perpetrators, HC asks IGP

The High Court today directed the inspector general of police (IGP) to find out the real culprits responsible for attacks on the minority people after the January 5 parliamentary polls. The IGP has been asked to bring the perpetrators to book through the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and other intelligence agencies. While hearing a suo...

5 Years into Pilkhana Carnage

Some questions still unanswered

Some questions still unanswered

Even after five years of the BDR mutiny at the Pilkhana headquarters of the force, questions regarding the reasons, based on assumptions, behind the 2009 carnage are being raised. The lower court has already delivered its verdict in the carnage case. Investigators, who intensively interrogated the accused, including mastermind DAD Towhidul Alam, did not find...

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