Earlier, 102 yaba traders surrendered with weapons and yaba pills
A Cox’s Bazar court has rejected bail pleas of seven yaba traders in a case filed against 102 yaba traders who surrendered earlier in Cox’s Bazar.
Cox’s Bazar Senior Judicial Magistrate, Md Delwar Hossain, after hearing their pleas rejected the bail on Sunday.
The seven men who appealed for bail are yaba traders Shahjahan Ansari of Cox’s Bazar, Kamal Prakash Shahed, 32, of Teknaf, Shamsul Alam Prakash, 32, Manjur Ali, 35, Md Russell, 28, Nurul Amin, 35, and Abdul Kuddus, 24.
Earlier, on February 16, 102 yaba traders surrendered with weapons and yaba pills in the presence of Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal, Inspector General of Police (IGP), Javed Patwary, and other senior officials at the Teknaf Pilot High School field.
On the same day, a case was filed against them under the Arms Act and Narcotics Control Act and they were sent to jail by the court.
Confirming the news, Cox’s Bazar Court In-charge, Inspector Romel Barua, said: “The court rejected their bail pleas around 1pm.”
On February 19, Senior Judicial Magistrate Zerin Sultana, rejected the bail pleas of 10 men, including that of ex MP Abdur Rahman Bodi’s brother, Abdus Shukkur.