Sangram editor sued under Digital Security Act

Bangla Tribune Report
Published : 14:48, Dec 14, 2019 | Updated : 18:04, Dec 14, 2019

Police take Daily Sangram Editor Abul Asad into their custody, after the newspaper office was vandalized on Friday (Dec 13). CollectedThe Editor and Publisher of Jamaat-e-Islami mouthpiece Daily Sangram, Abul Asad, has been sued on a case after the daily ran a report describing executed war criminal Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdul Quader Molla a ‘martyr’.
Police have shown Asad arrested and produced before the court in the case filed under Digital Security Act on Saturday (Dec 14).
The case has been filed by Freedom Fighter Mohammad Afzal with Hatirjheel police station late on Friday (Dec 13), DMP Tejgaon Deputy Commissioner Biplob Bijoy Talukdar told Bangla Tribune.
The Daily Sangram, known as the mouthpiece of Islamist party Jamaat, ran a story on its Thursday (Dec 12) issue, in which it termed Quader Molla a ‘martyr’.

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