20 Jamaat-Shibir leaders arrested for Tuhin attackNew Age Online
At least 20 activists of Jamaat-e-Islami and Islami Chhatra Shibir were arrested for their alleged involvement in cutting the tendon of Bangladesh Chhatra League’s Rajshahi University unit general secretary Touhid-al-Tuhin.
Officer-in-charge of Motihar police station SM Abdus Sobhan said police raided different students’ dormitories and houses in Rajshahi city and arrested them on Friday.
They were produced before the court and the court ordered them send to Rajshahi central jail at noon, OC added.
Injured Tuhin was taken to the intensive care unit of orthopedic hospital in Dhaka after a successful operation on Friday, said assistant secretary of BCL central committee Wahid Kamal.
He also said that the doctors of the hospital said that Tuhin was out of danger but he need some time to be cured.
Touhid-al-Tuhin was shifted to the orthopedic hospital at around 5:00am from Rajshahi Medical College hospital.
The Bangladesh Chhatra League, however, declared two-day protest programme from Friday across the country in a press release.
Meanwhile, Rajshahi city unit Jamaat in a press release said that police, in the name of raid, arrested their innocent party men and also snatched valuables from their houses.
Protesting police, drives they urged police to stop harassing their party men and find the actual assailants.
On Thursday night masked assailants cut Tuhin’s at about 10:00pm Thursday near Amir Ali Hall of Rajshahi university.
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