Man seeks his own security, after seeking PM’s securityCourt Correspondent
A man on Monday moved a city court to seek his own security within days of filing a general diary requesting the police to step up the security of prime minister Shikkh Hasina.
Jananetri Parishad president AB Siddiki, who had filed the GD seeking security of the prime minister, filed a case with the Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court seeking his own security. Jananetri Parishad is an association of supporters of Sheikh Hasina.
Metropolitan magistrate Utpal Chowdhury took cognisance of the case after recording Siddiki’s statement and directed Shabahg police station officer-in-charge to investigate the matter.
The police was asked to submit the investigation report to the court by May 14.
In his statement, Siddiki mentioned that he received threats from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology mechanical engineering department lecturer Hafizur Rahman and some unknown persons.
On April 23, Siddiki had filed a GD in which he requested Shahbagh police station to step up security of the prime minister stating that Hafizur Rahman recently posted a status on the facebook threatening to kill her.
He also mentioned that after the media published the news about the general diary he had filed, some unknown people, on instruction from Hafizur Rahman held out threat to his life on April 25 at the Supreme Court crossing.
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