BNP demands judicial probe into ‘extrajudicial killings’
BNP today demanded judicial enquiry into the all “extrajudicial killings” including death of the prime suspect in a case filed for attempting to murder a Madaripur teacher.
Terming Golam Faizullah Fahim’s death in an alleged shootout a “drama” BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir claimed that by killing such crucial suspect, the crossfire drama has been staged to hide the fact.
Mirza Fakhrul was addressing a press briefing at BNP party’s Nayapaltan central office.
Fahim, 18, the Madaripur teacher’s attacker, was killed in a “shootout” yesterday, sparking widespread questions, condemnation and criticism, four days into his capture.
The alleged militant was on a 10-day remand when police took him to Miarchar area under Madaripur Sadar upazila to arrest his cohorts around 7:00am.
Like after any other “shootout”, police claimed miscreants sensing their presence opened fire. Police fired back, triggering a “gunfight”.