Dhaka: The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested 40 people in a raid on October 28 due to the violence and subsequent deterioration of the law and order situation.
On Monday (November 20), they were arrested in various areas of the country including the capital.
RAB’s Legal and Media Wing Director Commander Khandaker Al Moin said that on and after October 28, vandalism and arson of public transport and private transport were carried out in various parts of the country including the capital. RAB increases intelligence surveillance to bring those involved under the law by analyzing CCTV footage, media and social media video footage and related information.
In continuation of this, raids were carried out in different areas of Keraniganj and the capital on November 20, five people, including Rakib Sheikh, one of the masterminds of arson, vandalism and vandalism of vehicles in the capital’s Mohammadpur, Adabar, Dhanmondi and Newmarket areas and the absconding accused in eight cases, were the joint convener of Jubodal of Adabar police station, Rakib Sheikh, the vandals from Motijheel area of the capital. During the preparations, two people including the joint general secretary of Dhaka College Chhatra Dal, Swaib Ahmed Sajib, and one of the main accused in the car vandalism and sabotage case of Chittagong city’s Karnaphuli police station, Shaukat, the joint convener of Karnaphuli Jubo Dal, were arrested.
In addition, a total of 40 people were arrested in connection with car vandalism, arson and vandalism incidents from different parts of the country. RAB arrested a total of 562 people involved in violence and sabotage in various parts of the country, including the attack and sabotage on October 28.
He said that 145 RAB patrols and more than 400 RAB patrols are deployed in the capital to prevent violence and vandalism and to maintain law and order situation in the country. Also, robust patrolling by RAB forces is being conducted at important locations. Long-distance buses are being escorted by RAB to their destinations as per demand to ensure public transport security during the blockade.
Bangladesh Time: 2134 hours, November 20, 2023
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