Detectives had said they did not find any other accused in further investigation of the case filed over death of Bangladesh University of Professionals student Abrar Ahmed Chowdhury in a road accident on March 19.
On Tuesday, Investigation Officer Kazi Shariful Islam, an inspector of police’s Detective Branch, said he submitted a petition on April 30 seeking permission for further probe.
As he did not find any other accused and evidence, he appealed to the court to accept the previous charge sheets. Metropolitan Magistrate Debdas Chandra Adhikary yesterday set July 25 whether to accept those.
On April 25, Shariful pressed charges against Nani Gopal Sarker, owner of Suprobhat Paribahan, and three staffers -- driver Sirajul Islam, conductor Yasin Arafat and helper Md Ibrahim -- in connection with the case. All the accused are in jail.
They were charge-sheeted for death of Abrar and for the attempted murder of college student Synthia Islam Mukta.
On March 19, a bus of the Paribahan ran over and killed Abrar near Dhaka’s Bashundhara Residential Area, after it had hit Synthia in Shahjadpur.
Following the incident, Abrar’s father Brig Gen (retd) Arif Ahmed Chowdhury filed a murder case with Gulshan Police Station.