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3 ruling party men arrested for attacks on judge's home

15 December,2013

RTNN staff correspondent, Noakhali: Three leaders and activists of Bangladesh Chattra League (BCL), the student wing of the ruling party Awami League, were arrested with three petrol bombs while they were about to attack on the house of Justice Jahangir Hossain, judge of International Crimes Tribunal (ICT-1), at Kabilpur village in Senbagh upazila of Noakhali district.

 

Senbagh police led by SI Shahjahan arrested the three BCL men on Saturday at around 11pm night.

 

The detained are - Ward No-5 Mahidipur unit BCL president Jahid Hossain Babu (22), son of Abdul Motaleb, Rasel Babu (20), son of Dulal Hossain and Omar Faruk (19), son of Shariat Ullah of Azimpur village.

 

On last Thursday (12 December) night, Justice Jahangir Hossain's house came under attack despite police presence.

 

Senbagh police Officer-in-Charge (OC) said, when SI Shahjahan went to the village of the Justice, locals caught them and handed them over to the police.

 

The detained were shown arrested in petrol bomb attacks on judge's home.

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