Irfan Selim, the suspended commissioner of Dhaka South City Corporation’s 30th ward, is set to be released on bail on Wednesday afternoon, his lawyer Shri Pran Nath said.
He is set to be released on bail by the Supreme Court’s Appellate Division in a case of beating a naval officer.
On Wednesday (April 28), Irfan’s lawyer Pran Nath said that on April 25, a full bench of the Appellate Division upheld Irfan Selim’s bail. That order of the Supreme Court came to the Judicial Court on Wednesday. Bail is being submitted on behalf of the accused in the morning. He is expected to be released on bail this afternoon at Keraniganj Central Jail.
In a total of 5 cases against Irfan Selim, the investigating officer of Chawkbazar police station in a drug and arms case filed in Chawkbazar police station, the inspector (investigation) of Chawkbazar police station dismissed him and submitted the final report.
A mobile court has sentenced a man to one year in prison for possessing drugs and six months for illegal possession of a walkie-talkie. However, he has appealed to the executive court in these two cases and is out on bail. He is now set to be released after his bail order was upheld by the Supreme Court in a case of beating and threatening to kill a naval officer.
Earlier, on April 25, the Appellate Division rejected the state’s plea against the bail granted to Irfan Selim by the High Court in a case of beating a naval officer. As a result, the bail granted to Irfan Selim by the High Court remains valid.
The Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain passed the order.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that if anyone is involved in the suicide of a college student named Mosarat Jahan Munia in a flat in Gulshan, he will be tried according to law. He was responding to a question from reporters at a government residence in the capital on Wednesday.
Earlier, the hanging body of a college student was recovered from a flat in Gulshan on Monday evening. In this context, the minister said, “Everything will go according to the law.” Whoever is the culprit, he will face the law. Will have to face trial. It is under investigation. We will be able to say only after that investigation. ‘Her sister filed a case with Gulshan Police Station on Monday night for inciting the girl to commit suicide. Bashundhara Group Managing Director (MD) Sayem Sobhan Anvir was accused in the case.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Gulshan Zone of Police Sudip Kumar Chakraborty told reporters that the body of the girl was found hanging with a fan from a flat on Gulshan Road No. 120 on Monday evening. His home is in Comilla. Besides collecting evidence from the spot, the girl was buried in Comilla on Tuesday after an autopsy at Dhaka Medical College Hospital.
Bashundhara Group MD Sayem Sobhan Anvir was banned from traveling abroad by the court on Tuesday after the case.
Gulshan police inspector Mollah Abul Hasan, the investigating officer in the case of incitement to suicide, applied to the court seeking a ban on Anvir’s travel abroad.
Responding to the request, Judge Shahidul Islam of the Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court banned Anvir from traveling abroad.
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