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Quota movement leader Luma bailed

Published on: 9:53 pm - Monday | August 27, 2018
A Dhaka court on Monday granted bail to Lutfur Nahar Luma Sarkar, a leader of quota reform movement, in a case filed under Information and Communication and Technology (ICT) Act.
Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Court Judge Subrata Ghose passed the order.

On Sunday, Luma’s lawyer Jotirmoy Barua filed a bail petition while the court set Monday to hear it due to lack of documents, UNB reports.

With Luma’s bail, the last detained student leader of quota reform movement has been freed on bail.

Earlier on August 16, Luma, a joint convener of Bangladesh General Students’ Rights Protection Council, platform that leads the ongoing quota reform movement, was placed for 3-day remand.

The case was filed against her on August 5 with Ramna Police Station.

On August 15, police arrested Luma, daughter of Abdul Kuddus of Baoikhola village in Kashiani upazila in Gopalganj and a 2nd year student of Social Science Department of Eden College from Sirajganj.

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