BNP standing committee member Gayeshwar Chandra Roy was released from jail on bail on Tuesday.
He walked out of the Kashimpur High Security Central Jail around 2:15pm after the bail order reached the jail authorities, senior jail super Mizanur Rahman told UNB.
Local BNP leaders and Gayeshwar’s family members received him at the jail gate.
Earlier on Sunday, the High Court granted him bail in a violence case filed with Rampura Police Station. He also obtained bail earlier in all 27 other cases filed against him.
Gayeshwar was sent to jail again on November 4 after he surrendered before a court in Rampura violence case.
On December 29 in 2013, miscreants torched a bus of 'Suprovat Paribahan' after vandalising it in the city's Malibagh Chowdhurypara area during the 'March for Democracy' programme called by the BNP-led 18-party alliance.
Al Mamun, a sub-inspector of Rampura Police Station, filed the case against 25-30 people the following day.
Arrested on December 26 last year in a criminal case, Gayeshwar was released from of Kashimpur Central Jail on bail on July 16.