Police on Sunday night filed a case accusing 25 unknown people linking Biswajit killing, although the photos and videos published in media following the killing clearly captured the killers.
According to witnesses and media release, up to 25 Jagannath University's Chhatra League leader and activists started beating up and stabbed Biswajit to death.
Among the group of 20-25 attackers, eyewitness has managed to identify five BCL leaders who directly took part in the murder. They are all students of Jagannath University (JnU) and are activists/leaders of the university's BCL unit.
The identified killers are BCL leader Mahfujur Rahman Nahid (stabbed Biswajit on his leaft hand), BCL leader Nur-E-Alam Limon (stabbed Biswajit on his back), BCL activist Emdadul Haqye, Rafikul Islam Shakil, MD Obaidul Kader, Sohel, Rajon (with Iron rod in the picture) and Shawon.
But, Sub-Inspector Jalal Ahmed filed a case against 25 unknown people with Sutrapur Police Station around 8:00pm.
Police is yet to arrest none.
Biswajit, a 24-year-old and a tailor in profession, was killed in an attack by a group of BCL leaders and activists adjacent to the capital’s Victoria Park in front of Jagannath University.
Biswajit Kumar Das, son of Ananta Kumar Das, who hailed from Noria area of Shariatpur district, sent shockwaves through Old Dhaka. Residents of the area brought out a procession and formed a human chain under the banner of Bondhu Mahal on Monday, demanding exemplary punishment of the killers.
Meanwhile, the Awami League on Monday refused to take responsibility for the death of Biswajit Das amid allegations that he was killed by activists of the ruling party's student front during Sunday's opposition-sponsored road blockade.
At a press conference party's Joint General Secretary Mahbub-ul Alam Hanif said the death occurred in a clash after Awami League's celebration rally was 'attacked' and that the ruling party was not liable for the death.
On the other hand Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Dr Mizanur Rahman demanded that those responsible for killing of Biswajit Das be identified and brought to justice.
“I remember Biswajit on the occasion of Human Rights Day. Claiming people’s lives is unwarranted in a civilized society from any legal perspective. Those who’ve killed Biswajit must be identified and brought to justice,” he said while addressing a programme in the capital.
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