Earlier, on August 7, a Dhaka court placed the 22 students on a two-day remand in the two cases filed with Badda and Vatara police stations respectively.
A Dhaka court on Thursday denied bail to 22 students from various private universities, accused in two cases filed for vandalism and attacks on police during the movement for safe roads. This, upon completion of their two-day remand in custody.
Metropolitan Magistrate Sattyabrata Shikder issued the order after investigation officers (IOs) produced them before the court on Thursday morning.
The IOs, Vatara police station Sub-Inspector Hasan Masud, and Badda police station Sub-Inspector Zulhas Miah, wrote to the court that “the accused provided pertinent information regarding the cases which should not be disclosed for the sake of a proper investigation of the cases. So the state needs them to be in jail till the investigation is completed.”
Earlier, on August 7, a Dhaka court placed the 22 students on a two-day remand in the two cases filed with Badda and Vatara police station respectively.
The accused are students of East West University, North South University, Southeast University, and Brac University.
Of the 22 students in custody, Badda police detained 14 while the rest were picked up by Vatara police on Monday.
The students detained by Badda police are – Risalatul Ferdous, Redwan Ahmed, Rashedul Islam, Bayezid, Mushfiqur Rahman, Iftekhar Ahmmed, Reza Rifat Akhlak, AHM Khalid Reza, Tariqul Islam, Nur Mohammad, Simanta Sarkar, Iktidar Hossain, Zahidul Haq, and Hasan.
Those detained by Bhatara police are – Azizul Karim, Masad Mortuza Bin Ahad, Foyez Ahmmed Adnan, Saben Ahmmed, Mehedi Hasan, Shihab Shahriar, Shakhawat Hossain, and Aminul Islam.
Students of several private universities clashed with police on Monday as they tried to occupy streets demanding safer roads. A number of protesters were injured in the same incident.