Four cases against BNP in Sitakunda, accused 398

Police have filed four cases against 398 BNP activists for obstructing police work, destroying government property and exploding cocktails on roads.

Inspector (Investigation) Suman Vanik of Sitakunda police station confirmed this information on Thursday (September 1) morning. Earlier on Wednesday (August 31) night, Sitakunda police station sub-inspector Nirmal Tripura and Emran Hossain filed these cases as plaintiffs.

It is known that Sitakunda Upazila BNP organized a protest rally and procession last Tuesday afternoon to protest against the increase in the price of fuel and commodities, and the death of two leaders in Bhola police firing. At that time, when the BNP leaders and activists tried to block the Dhaka-Chittagong highway, there was a chase-and-dash with the local Awami League, Chhatra League and the police. Several cocktails were fired from the procession.

Later, when the police tried to remove them, they threw bricks and obstructed government work. At this time, the property of the police (government) has been damaged by brickbats.

Sitakunda Police Station Inspector (Investigation) Suman Vanik said four cases have been filed against them in this incident. In the case, 350 unidentified persons including 48 named persons have been accused. However, no accused has been arrested so far.

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