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Monday, August 3, 2015, Shraban 19, 1422 BS, Shawal 17, 1436 Hijr

Vandalism, Arson Attack Cases
Aman sent to jail, Anwar gets bail, Mintoo's hearing deferred
Court Correspondent
Published :Monday, 3 August, 2015,  Time : 12:00 AM  View Count : 19

The bail prayers of 56 criminal cases against Aman Ullah Aman, joint secretary general of BNP, were rejected and the accused was ordered to be sent to jail by eleven Courts in Dhaka, after he surrendered before the courts on Sunday and sought bail.
At the same time BNP standing committee member MK Anwar was granted bail by four Courts in seven cases while BNP chairperson's adviser Abdul Awal Mintoo's bail hearing was deferred in a case filed with Paltan Police Station for lack of case records.
On Sunday, MK Anwar, Abdul Awal Mintoo and Aman Ullah Aman on Sunday surrendered before separate courts in the capital in 71 violence related cases after the Supreme Court scrapped their anticipatory bail.
Earlier on July 27, the Appellate Division asked the three BNP leaders to surrender before the lower courts within a week in connection with arson attacks and vandalism cases instituted against them.
Of the total 71 cases against Aman, 56 bail prayers were rejected, seven were granted and the hearing not held in the rest 8 cases.
 On the other hand, among the total 10 cases against MK Anwar was granted bail in seven cases and hearing was deferred in the rest of cases due lack of records.
These cases were filled with the city's Paltan, Motijheel, Khilgaon, Jatrabari, Lalbagh, Darussalam and Shah Ali police stations.
The bail prayers were placed before the courts of Dhaka Additional Chief Metropolitan Alamgir Kabir Raj, Ali Masud Sheikh, Metropolitan Magistrate  Tareque Moinul Islam Bhuiyan, SM Ashiqur Rahman, Ashaduzzaman Noor, Md Mahbubur Rahman,  Amit Kumar Dey, Ashok Kumar Dutta, Syed Mashfiqul Islam, Aminul Haque and Judicial Magistrate Shahnaz Sheuly.
Meanwhile, Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge Kamrul Husain Mollah rejected the bail prayer of Aman in six cases filed with the Mirpur Police Station.
 Most of the cases were filed against them during the BNP led 20 party-  alliance's vandalism, crude bomb explosions and obstructing police in their duties in different parts of the capital.

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