LSD case: Three students sent to jail after remand


Published:
2021-06-12 01:37:28 BdST

Update:
2021-07-31 08:32:22 BdST

Published: 2021-06-12 01:37:28 BdST

 

Live Correspondent: A Dhaka court on Friday sent three students of private universities to jail after ending of five-day remand in a case filed for possessing Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD), a hallucinogenic drug. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Nivana Khair Jesi passed the order as police produced them before the court and requested to keep the accused in jail till the end of the investigation.

The accused are Sadman Sakib Rupol and Ashraf Wadud Turjo, students of North South University, and Adib Ahsan, of Independent University Bangladesh.
 
On May 30, the Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Baki Billah placed them on a five-day remand after a virtual court hearing.
 
Detective Branch (DB) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police arrested them in connection with selling LSD. The DB men also seized 200 blots of LSD, worth about Tk 6 lakh, from their possessions on May 26,
 
Detectives during interrogation have found a link with the mysterious death of Dhaka University student Hafizur Rahman. Later, a case was filed against the three accused at Dhanmondi Police Station.
 
Dhaka, 11 June (campuslive24.com)//BSC
 
 

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