Arms case: Trial of DGHS’s driver Malek starts

Sun Online Desk

11th March, 2021 01:29:28 printer

Arms case: Trial of DGHS’s driver Malek starts

The trial of Abdul Malek, a driver of the Directorate General of Health Service (DGHS), was started on Thursday as the court has framed charges against him in arms case filled with Turag Police Station in the capital.

Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge KM Imrul Kayesh framed charges against him today while the court also set April 5 for taking evidence in the case.

Earlier, RAB sub-inspector Mehedi Hasan Chowdhury, also the investigating officer in the case, filed the charge sheet in the court on January 11.

RAB arrested Abdul Malek from Turag area of the capital on September 20 last on charges of various terrorist activities.

RAB recovered a foreign pistol, one magazine, five rounds of bullets, 1.5 lakh Bangladeshi counterfeit notes, a laptop and a mobile phone from his possession during the time.