Prosecution witness Sirajul Islam, who was the officer-in-charge of Gulshan Police Station on July 1, 2016, gave a vivid description of the Holey Artisan cafe attack in the capital’s Gulshan before a Dhaka court yesterday.
The trial for the case filed over the terror attack on Holey Artisan Café in the capital’s Gulshan in 2016, the worst terrorist attack in the country, is expected to be completed by this year.
The militant group “Neo JMB” spent around Tk 12.5 lakh to carry out the Gulshan café attack and the money was collected by selling a private car of an operative of the militant group.
Wreaths of flowers in hand, she walked into the old premises of the Holey Artisan Bakery yesterday. Tears were streaming down her
Socio-political campaigns against militancy get momentum after a major terror attack but fizzle out when the situation comes under control. Then a laid-back attitude prevails until terrorists regroup and strike again.
Police are going to press charges against eight alleged militants in a case filed over the deadly terrorist attack at Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka's Gulshan on July 1, 2016, a top counterterrorism official says.
“Neo JMB” leader Hadisur Rahman Sagor yesterday confessed before a magistrate that he had supplied arms and explosives used in
“Neo JMB” member Hadisur Rahman Sagor, who was arrested allegedly for supplying arms in Holey Artisan Bakery attack in 2016, gives his confessional statement before a magistrate.
Hadisur Rahman Sagor, one of the most wanted suspects in last year's Gulshan café attack, left a militant den in Ghop Nawapara area of Jessore just two days before police busted it yesterday.