DHAKA: Police in Bangladesh have captured another associate in the killing with a distributer who was hacked to death by Islamist aggressors last October, the leader of the counter-fear based oppression unit in Dhaka said on Sunday.
Activists have focused on secularist scholars in Bangladesh as of late as the administration has gotten serious about Islamist bunches trying to turn the South Asian country of 160 million individuals into a sharia-based state.
"Another man whom we accept was one of the fundamental prime suspects in killing the distributer was captured on Saturday," Monirul Islam, head of the counter-terroism cell of the Dhaka police, told journalists.
The casualty, Faysal Arefin Dipon, had distributed books composed by Avijit Roy, a U.S. subject of Bangladeshi inception. Roy was additionally hacked to death by Islamist aggressors a year ago. On July 1, activists murdered 20 prisoners, the greater part of them outsiders, in an attack on a bistro in an upmarket territory of the capital.