The private university student, who was arrested in the capital's Banasree on November 10, secured bail on Sunday.
The group of Buet students, who went to the DB office today to get details about the death of their peer Fardin Noor Parash, said detectives could not produce any solid evidence in favour of their claim that he died by suicide.
The father of Buet student Fardin Noor Parash today said he firmly believes his son didn’t die by suicide. “I will file no-confidence petition. My son didn’t die by suicide,” Fardin's father Kazi Nooruddin told journalists in front of the DB office in Dhaka.