Thursday, June 28, 2007

Ayub's case for abetting militants : Charges framed against Aminul, Nadim, Dulu

Ayub's case for abetting militants

Charges framed against Aminul, Nadim and Dulu


Staff Correspondent, Rajshahi


A judge court on June 17 framed charges against 30 persons including former BNP minister Barrister Aminul Haq, ex-deputy minister Ruhul Kuddus Talukhdar Dulu and ex-lawmaker Nadim Mostafa in the case for abetting JMB militants at Bagmara in Rajshahi.


Trial in the case, filed by torture-victim Ayub Ali Pramanik on April 1, will begin on June 24. The trial is to be completed within 45 days as the case was included for trial under the special power act of 2007.


The charges framed in absentia of Barrister Aminul and Nadim Mostafa (who were hiding since joint forces launched countrywide drive against corrupt politicians) and 14 other militants. They did not surrender despite repeated notices, court sources said. 


Ruhul Kuddus Talukhdar Dulu who surrendered on February 20 and 13 JMB accused militants were present on the doc as Abu Saleh Sheikh M Jahirul Islam, additional district and session judge was framing charges.


Sub inspector (SI) Shakil Uddin Ahmed of Bagmara police station submitted the charge sheet in the case on April 23 and said that the JMB militants were also well-known in the localities as Dulu Bahini (Dulu's group).


The plaintiff Ayub in his case alleged that he was kidnapped and taken to Rajakar Ramjan Kaya's house at Hamirkutsa of Bagmara on April 7 in 2004. Armed militants led by killer Mostak's father Abdul Jalil Amin asked him to pay Tk 1 lakh toll.


He was tortured until he was agreed to pay toll and he gave them Tk 80,000 after his release.


The torturing militants named Aminul, Dulu and Nadim as their leaders, said the plaintiff.


Arrested militants are – Jalil Amin, Moksed Ali, Abdur Rahim, Hanif Mondol, Nazrul Darzi, Killer Mostak, Manzur Rahman, Murshid, Siddik Sonar, Mozahar Mondol and Sajmul.


Absconding militants are – Mamun Muhuri, Faruk Sonar, Nasir Mondol, Abdul Jabbar, Afsar Ali, Amjad Sonar, Salu, Khalil, Ezzak, Salam, Khetu, Mannan, Minhaz, and Mansur.


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