Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) Unit has arrested Aman Ullah Aman, who led the killing of a policeman on the day of BNP’s grand rally. The operation was carried out in Mohakhali bus stand area of the capital on Monday afternoon.
According to CTTC, the instructions of the central leaders of BNP and Chhatra Dal around the rally of BNP on October 28 were to break the morale of the police through brutal and brutal attacks on the police. Creating an unstable environment in the country by killing one or more policemen, if necessary, so as to create a new issue. On this basis, police constable Amirul Haque Parvez was killed in Nayapaltan clash that day.
A press conference was organized at DMP Media Center in the capital on Tuesday afternoon to give details about this. CTTC Chief Additional Commissioner. Asaduzzaman said, preliminary investigation revealed that on the day of the rally, Aman along with his followers stood by the stage in Nayapaltan on the instructions of the central leaders of BNP and Chhatra Dal. Meanwhile, in Kakrail, BNP activists attacked the police and clashes broke out between the two sides. Taking advantage of this, on the orders of BNP and Chhatra Dal high command, he marched along Victory Hotel lane next to BNP party office in Nayapaltan with a large part of Chhatra Dal to attack the police. They already knew about the location of the policemen on duty at the rally. A part of the marching party went in front of the Paltan Tower and headed towards the Vijay Nagar water tank at the western end of the box culvert road. The other section leads to the eastern end of Box Culvert Road. After reaching the western end, Chhatra Dal workers ambushed the policemen on duty there. In the wake of this attack, the policemen from the east end moved to the west side of the box culvert road to help the policemen on duty at the west end of the box culvert. An attack was launched under the leadership and direction of Aman on the police party advancing towards the west. This section of the Chhatra Dal started pelting bricks and mortars on the police under his leadership.
The CTTC chief said that the policemen tried to repel the attack by the Chhatra Dal by throwing tear shells in self-defence. To protect lives and property and minimize damage, the police refrained from using lethal weapons and showed maximum tolerance. At this stage, a large number of policemen were stationed at the DR Tower on the east side of Bucks Culvert Road and surrounding establishments. Then the followers under his leadership continued to throw bricks and stones at the policemen. At that time, police constable Amirul Islam Parvez fell down on the road after being hit by a brick and brutally hit him with a stick. Amirul loses consciousness and the frozen body lies on the road in a bloody state. The protesters continued to brutally beat his frozen body to ensure death. After finally confirming the death, they left the scene.