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JCD president held

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BNP student affiliate Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal’s President Abdul Quader Bhuiyan Jewel and its Vice President Sharif Uddin Jewel have been arrested, reported bdnews24.com.
The Detective Branch of police picked them up from a residence in Dhaka's Uttara around 3:00am on Friday, DMP Deputy Commissioner Masudur Rahman said.
Police had arrested Chhatra Dal General Secretary Habibur Rashid Habib from the city’s Rajarbagh on Nov 17.
RAB also arrested the BNP metropolitan unit Convener Sadeque Hossain Khoka from an Uttara residence early on Thursday.




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