A Dhaka court yesterday set November 12 to pass order on charge framing in a case lodged over the death of Dhaka Residential Model College student Naimul Abrar, against 10 people including the editor of daily Prothom Alo Matiur Rahman.
Yesterday was the scheduled date for passing order in the case, but Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge KM Imrul Qayesh adjourned hearing till November 12 as the order was yet to be ready to be passed.
Earlier on October 13, the court set yesterday to pass the order, as counsel of the plaintiff Advocate Omar Faruk Asif concluded his part of the hearing on charge framing.
Ninth-grader Naimul Abrar Rahat died after being electrocuted behind the stage during an event organised by the Kishor Alo, a publication of the Prothom Alo, at Dhaka Residential Model College ground on November 1, 2019.
On November 6, 2019, Abrab's father Mojibur Rahman filed the case with the court in this connection.