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The bail of Mirza Fakhrul and Abbas was upheld in the Appellate Division

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Update : Sunday, January 8, 2023

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The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court has upheld the bail of BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and the party’s Standing Committee member Mirza Abbas.

The four-member Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Hasan Faiz Siddiqui passed this order on Sunday.

At the same time, the Appellate Division has also ordered to settle the High Court’s rule within the next 30 working days.

Zainul Abedin, the lawyer of the two BNP leaders, confirmed this information to Samakal.

At around 9:30 am today, the hearing on the application of Mirza Fakhrul and Mirza Abbas started in the Appellate Division. Attorney General AM Amin Uddin appeared for the state first. Later, senior advocates Zainul Abedin, AJ Mohammad Ali and others heard on behalf of the two BNP leaders.

Earlier, on Tuesday, High Court Judge Md. Salim and Justice Md. A bench comprising Riaz Uddin Khan granted interim bail to Mirza Fakhrul and Mirza Abbas for six months. At the same time, the court issued a four-week rule seeking to know why they will not be granted permanent bail.

After that, the state filed an appeal last Wednesday morning seeking suspension of their bail. After hearing that application, the Chamber Court fixed Sunday for the full bench of the Appellate Division to hear the bail. At the same time, the chamber court also ordered that the bail of Mirza Fakhrul and Mirza Abbas cannot be filed until the full bench of the Appellate Division hears it. Accordingly, the hearing was held in the Appellate Division on Sunday.

Incidentally, on December 7, a case was filed in connection with the clash between the activists and the police. After the clash in front of the BNP office in Nayapaltan, they were arrested when a case was filed at the Paltan Model Police Station on December 8. Since then the lower court denied bail to Mirza Fakhrul and Mirza Abbas four times. Later these two leaders applied for bail in the High Court.

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