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Nayeemul Abrar's death: Court orders property confiscation of Anisul Hoque, 4 others

The ninth grader died after being electrocuted at an event organised by Kishor Alo

Update : 02 Sep 2020, 08:42 PM

A Dhaka court on Wednesday ordered the authorities concerned to confiscate the properties of five people including the editor of Kishor Alo, a publication of the Prothom Alo, Anisul Hoque in a case filed over the death of Dhaka Residential Model College student Naimul Abrar Rahat.

Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Mohammad Jashim passed the orders on Wednesday showing six persons as absconding in the case.

The court also set September 20 for submitting the execution report of the order.

The other accused are Mahitul Alam, senior assistant editor of Kishor Alo, Kabir Bakul, head of events and activation, and Shah Paran Tushar and Shuvashish Pramanik, assistants of the events of the magazine.

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Ninth grader Naimul Abrar Rahat died after being electrocuted behind the stage at an event organised by the Kishor Alo, a publication of the Prothom Alo, at Dhaka Residential Model College on November 1, 2019.

Later, the student was taken to the Universal Medical College Hospital in Mohakhali where doctors declared him dead.

Victim’s father, Mujibur Rahman filed a case with Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's Court accusing Anisul and others of the incident on November 6, 2019.

On January 16, Inspector Abdul Alim of Mohammadpur police station submitted an investigation report accusing 10 of negligence which led to the death.

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