Supreme Court stays Tangail MP Rana’s bail for 3 days



The Supreme Court stayed three days in a High Court order granting bail to the legislator of the Awami League of Tangail, Amanur Rahman Khan Rana, in one Faruk Ahmed murder locker of fighting freedom, blocking the way of his march Out of prison.

The Justice of the Division of Appeal of Justice of the Peace Hasan Foez Siddique adopted the order following a motion filed by the government asking to remain on the appeal. Order HC.

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The judge of the apex court chamber also fixed April 18 for a new hearing on the government's stay petition, as no Rana lawyer was present at his hearing today, 39, hui, Attorney General Mahbubey Alam told The Daily Star.

He also stated that MP Rana could not be released from prison until further order from the SC following his order today.

On 13 April the HC granted Rana a provisional bond and also issued a rule asking the government to explain why Rana should not be given regular bail in this case.

Earlier, this court had denied him bail in the same case for four times for various reasons.

The Faruk ball fighter, also a Tangail District Chief of Staff, was found on January 18, 2013. Later, a murder case was filed. Police found evidence of Rana and her three brothers' involvement in the murder, according to a report published in the Bangla Prothom Alo on September 14, 2014.

Rana, the Legislative Assembly of Tangail District-3, surrendered to a Tangail court on September 18th.



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