Police have arrested NTV’s Khulna bureau chief Abu Tayyab in a case filed under the Digital Security Act in Khulna. He was sent to jail through the Metropolitan Virtual Court on Wednesday (April 21) morning.
Earlier, Khulna police arrested him from his house in Nur Nagar area of the city around 10pm on Tuesday. Khulna City Mayor and Metropolitan Awami League President Talukder Abdul Khaleq filed a case against journalist Abu Tayyab under the Digital Security Act at Khulna Police Station around 4pm on the same day. Another accused in the case is Sabur Rana, a correspondent of Loksamaj newspaper in Rampal upazila.
Khulna Police Station OC Ashraful Alam said he filed a case against Khulna City Mayor Talukder Abdul Khaleq under the Digital Security Act around 4pm on Tuesday for spreading propaganda on Facebook. Journalist Abu Tayyab has been arrested in the case. He was produced in a virtual court on Wednesday and remanded for four days. The court sent him to jail.
Note that on April 17, journalist Abu Tayyab posted on his personal Facebook account ‘Bond License Managing Director Khulna City Mayor? A fine of Tk 2.5 crore and a claim of Tk 5.53 crore for tax evasion. Gave a long post titled ‘Bond license revoked’.
West Bengal poet Sankh Ghosh has died. This epoch of Bengali literature came to an end on Wednesday. He was attacked by Kavid last week. He was 69 years old at the time of his death. His death cast a shadow of mourning over the literary circles of two Bengals.
Shankha Ghosh had been suffering from fever for two days. Get a corona exam on the advice of a doctor. That report came last Wednesday afternoon. Only then was it known that the conch shell was infected with coronavirus. He was also suffering from aging problems. Then the news of the attack on the veteran poet Corona spread and the literary community became worried. This time he could not handle the stress. One Wednesday he became positive, the other Wednesday the poet left for the land of no return.
Despite losing wickets at the start of the first day of the first Test at Pallekele in Kandy, Bangladesh overcame that push. After winning the toss and choosing to bat, the Tigers lost to opener Saif Hasan by 7 runs.
At the time of writing, Bangladesh scored 100 runs for one wicket. Tamim is batting for 72 runs from 63 balls. On the other hand, Shantar collected 35 runs from 61 balls. The two have already formed a pair of 90 runs.
Earlier, captain Mominul Haque decided to bat after winning the toss. Opener Saif Hasan returned to the dressing room with 6 runs. Sri Lankan fast bowler Biswa Fernando sent Saif to the dressing room before opening the scoring.