RAB Hints At Major Breakthrough
Friday, 06 March 2009

The Rapid Action Battalion hinted Thursday at a major breakthrough in the BDR mutiny investigation.

"We're have something really big to help the CID in its investigation," RAB boss Hasan Mahmud Khandker told bdnews24.com.

The Criminal Investigation Department joined the investigation into the mutiny after Lalbagh police filed a case, on Feb 28, against more than 1,000 BDR members of whom six were named.

Alleged mutiny leader BDR deputy assistant director Touhidul Alam, and four others, arrested Tuesday night were remanded into CID custody the next day.

The Feb 25-26 armed uprising by rebel border guards, at their Peelkhana headquarters, left at least 62 army officers dead or missing.

Source: bdnews24.com

Comments Add New
Write comment
  We don't publish your mail. See privacy policy.
Please input the anti-spam code that you can read in the image.