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Kibria murder: CID asked to submit supplementary charge sheet afresh

Kibria murder: CID asked to submit supplementary charge sheet afresh

A Habiganj court today asked the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to submit the supplementary charge-sheet afresh in former finance minister SAMS Kibria murder case with necessary corrections by December 21. Senior Judicial Magistrate Rokeya Akhter passed the order as CID Senior Assistant Superintendent of Police Meherunnesa Parul, who led the investigation officer, filed a petition for accepting the charge-sheet after correcting the names of two accused. On November 12, the CID submitted the supplementary charge-sheet against 35 people, including former state minister for home Lutfozzaman Babar, former prime minister Khaleda...

Milky Murder Case

Bail of 11 accused upheld

A Dhaka court yesterday cancelled the bail of an accused in Jubo League leader Riazul Haque Khan Milky murder case while upheld the bail of 11 others. During hearing two petitions of Criminal Investigation Department for canceling bail to 12 accused, the court passed the order saying the 11 have secured bail from higher courts while issued an arrest warrant against Sharifuddin Chowdhury Prakash Pappu as he was absent yesterday. According to the petitions, among the accused, Jahangir Mondol, Shahidul Islam,...

CID exempted from 7 murder probe

CID exempted from 7 murder probe

The High Court on May 5, in a suo moto rule, directed the government to engage CID into the investigation along with Detective Branch (DB) of police in the cases. In another order on July 9, the HC said the CID will conduct the inquiry but not investigate the incident. Against the two HC orders,...

Court orders probe into Tareq's death

A Dhaka court yesterday directed the Criminal Investigation Department to investigate a case filed for killing Majbah Uddin Tareq in the capital's Mughda in mid-September. The court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Ali Masud Sheikh gave the order after hearing the case filed by Tareq's father Abu Zafor Sikder with another Dhaka court on September 25, said sources. He accused seven DB officials, a Bangladesh Bank official and his wife, and one of his brothers-in-law for murdering Tareq. The DB members are...

CID launching drive to net 'slave' traffickers

CID launching drive to net 'slave' traffickers

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of police will launch a drive today to track down those involved in trafficking Bangladeshis to work as slaves in Thailand. “We will question the victims after their return from Thailand. Then we will start our investigation to identify the persons or gangs involved in trafficking,” Ashraful Islam, special...

CID gets 3 more months to complete Manzur murder probe

CID gets 3 more months to complete Manzur murder probe

A Dhaka court today granted the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) three more months to further investigate the murder of Major General Abul Manzur. Judge (in-charge) Badrul Alam of the First Additional District and Sessions Judge's Court asked CID to complete the probe by January 8 in response to a petition by the investigating agency. Investigation Officer Abdul Kahar Akond, also a special superintendent of the CID, submitted the time petition saying that he was yet to communicate with the wife of Gen Manzur, now in USA, for her statement. But he met Lubna Manzur, elder daughter of the slain Manzur, in the USA. Soon after the court ordered for an additional investigation...

CID takes over Mujibur's abduction case

The Criminal Investigation Department yesterday took the charge of the case filed over the alleged kidnapping of Sunamganj district BNP leader and his chauffeur. Inspector Suranjit Talukder, CID's Sunamganj camp in-charge (investigation), will now conduct the probe, said Officer-in-Charge Abdul Hai Chowdhury of Sunamganj Police Station. Mujibur Rahman, a member of the advisory committee of the BNP's Sunamganj unit, and his driver Rezaul Haque were "kidnapped" on May 4 in Sunamganj and were freed in Gazipur on August 18. As of now,...

Milky murder accused sent to jail on surrender

Milky murder accused sent to jail on surrender

A Dhaka court today rejected bail petition of Awami League leader Jahidul Islam Tipu and sent him to jail in connection with Riazul Haque Khan Milky murder case. Metropolitan Magistrate Anwar Sadat came up with the order after Tipu, AL general secretary of Motijheel thana unit, surrendered before the court and sough bail. Meanwhile, ABM Siddiqur Rahman, assistant superintendent of Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and also investigation office of the case, submitted before the court a 10-day remand prayer for Tipu. The court fixed September 23 for hearing the prayer. Milky, an organising secretary of Jubo League's Dhaka city (south) unit, was shot dead allegedly by SM Zahid Siddique Tarek alias "killer"...

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, special superintendent of police of CID, said he had earlier investigated home and abroad and interrogated several people in connection with...

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...

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