|1500 sued for Hathazari thana attack|
|Monday, 14 April 2008|
Some 1,500 anonymous people were sued Saturday in connection with Friday''s onset on Hathazari police station in a rowdy backlash against the troubles over the women policy in the capital, reports UNB.
Officer-in-Charge of Hathazari thana Mohammad Alamgir filed the case. Meanwhile, the authorities of Darul Ulum Mainul Islam Madrassah, known as Baro Madrassah, Saturday formed a five-member committee to investigate whether any of their students were involved in the thana attack.
The Madrasah authorities formed the committee as DIG of Chittagong range AKM Shahidul Haque on Friday night held meeting with the authorities and wanted to know whether their students were involved in the incident.
Darul Ulum Mainul Islam Madrassah, a Qaumi Madrasah located half a km north of the Hathazari thana, has now a total of 15,000 residential and non-residential students.
Eight people, including three policemen, who were injured during the thana attack and admitted to Hathazari health complex, were released Saturday.
Incensed by rumours that an imam was killed during the police-Islamist fighting around Baitul Mukarram national mosque in Dhaka, students of the Madrasah Friday allegedly attacked the police station and vandalized its rooms and documents.
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