Md. Ashraful Islam: Shop staff in the clash in the New Market area of the capital. Another murder case has been registered in the police station in connection with the killing of Morsalin.
In the case filed by Morsalin’s elder brother Nur Mohammad on Thursday night, 100 to 150 unidentified people have been accused, said Shahenshah, Additional Commissioner of Police, New Market Zone.
He said the case, like the Nahid Mia murder case, would be handed over to the detective police for investigation. Police have already started work to arrest the accused.
Last Monday night, a clash broke out between the employees of Dhaka College and New Market due to a dispute between the employees of two shops. More than 50 people were injured in the clashes from midnight to Tuesday, two of whom later died.
Nahid Mia, a 16-year-old youth, was hacked to death during the clash. He died on Tuesday night while undergoing treatment at Dhaka Medical College.
Nahid worked as a delivery assistant for a company called Data Tech Computer on Elephant Road. His uncle said. Saeed on Wednesday night filed a murder case accusing 100 to 150 unidentified people.
Morsalin, 26, worked in a ready-made clothing store in New Super Market. He was hit by a brick in front of Nurjahan Market around noon on Tuesday. He died in the ICU of Dhaka Medical College Hospital on Thursday morning.
Morsalin’s home in Comilla Daudkandi, father’s name. Manik Mia. Morsalin lived in Dhaka in the western Rasulpur area of Kamrangir Char. He has two children aged 6 and 4.
Police have also filed two cases in connection with the New Market clash. In all, the number of accused in four cases is more than one and a half thousand.
150 to 200 unidentified persons have been accused in a case filed by the police under the Explosives Act. In another case of rioting, arson, and obstruction of police work, anonymous 200 to 300 businessmen and workers of New Market and 600-700 college students have been accused of mentioning the names of 24 people.
BNP leader Maqbool Hossain has been made the main accused in the case. He is the owner of the two shops where the quarrel started with the employees.