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10 May 2014   09:16:39 PM   Saturday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

Abduction: DU to suspend 4 BCL men


The Dhaka University authorities Saturday decided to suspend three Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) leaders and one activist from the varsity following an allegation against them of abducting a trader, who was later rescued from a dormitory of DU.

In a double dose of action, BCL expelled the four following the allegation that already landed them in police custody.

Under the axe are Srijon Gosh Sajeeb, deputy sports secretary of BCL central unit, Anupom Chandra, vice-president of DU Jagannath Hall unit, and Abdullah Al-Mamun and Himel, welfare secretary and activist of BCL Mohsin Hall respectively.

"After a meeting, the authorities decided to suspend them," DU acting proctor Amzad Ali told reporters.

Police on Friday rescued Farhad Islam, 25, from Jagannath Hall, around 15 hours after he was picked up allegedly by Sajeeb and his associates. Farhad had allegedly been held hostage since 9:00pm Thursday.

The police Saturday produced the arrested six in a court.

Police sought to take Arfan Patwari on a five-day remand. Magistrate Finikder Ali Chalroborty granted 3 days for interrogating Arfan. The rest were sent to jail.

The story runs like this: Farhad`s friend Akhter borrowed Tk 5 lakh from Arfan, a childhood friend of Farhad, around six months ago with Farhad as the guarantor. Akhter was supposed to pay back the money by monthly instalments.

However, Akhter stopped paying after three months and Arfan asked Farhad to pay the rest of the money from his pocket.

On Thursday night, Arfan along with 10 to 15 youths picked him up from Shahbagh, took him to the DU hall and kept him confined to Sajeeb’s room.

They made Farhad phone his family and ask them to come with Tk 5 lakh for his release. Around 12:00noon Friday, as his family members went to the Central Shaheed Minar area to give the money, police nabbed Arfan.

On Arfan`s information, police rescued Farhad from the dormitory and detained Sajeeb from there.

Farhad claimed that he was beaten up with iron rods and burnt with cigarette butts during his captivity.

Farhad`s family filed a case against Arfan with Shahbagh Police Station.

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