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Bangladesh University of
Business and Technology
Assignment On -:Bangladesh Vs BLAST
8 SCOB (2016) AD
Submitted By Submitted To
Md Latifur Rahman Dr.Md.Milan Hossain
Id: 19202105044 Associate Professor
Intake: 40 Department of Law
Section: 01 and Justice (BUBT)
Bangladesh Vs BLAST 8 SCOB(2016) AD
• Fact-: On 23rd July 1998, Shamim Reza Rubel. 20, a BBA student
of Independent University, died in police custody after being
arrested section 54 of the Code of Criminal Procedure,
hereinafter shortly referred to as the Code and being declared
dead on arrival at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital. A public
outcry occurred with protests by members of the public, political
parties, lawyers, teachers, students and human rights activists.
His father a retired government official demanded a judicial inquiry. Sheikh Hasina,
the incumbent Prime Minister, the then leader of the Opposition, Khaleda Zia, visited
the bereaved family members. Within three days, on 27th July 1998, the government
through the Ministry of Home Affairs established a one-person Judicial Inquiry
Commission under Justice Habibur Rahman Khan, pursuant to the Commissions of
Inquiry Act, 1956 by a gazette notification stating that it was doing so in relation to the
matter of public importance in order to among others "inquire into the incident
involving Shamim Reza Rubel, find out the perpetrators and make recommendations
on how to prevent such incidents in the future" within 15 days.
On the plea of terrorism, we cannot give a blank cheque to the law enforcing
agencies to transgressing the fundamental rights of the citizens of the country.
It should be borne in mind that a terrorist does not lose his fundamental rights
even after commission of terrorist activities and there are laws for punishment
of his crime, but he should not be deprived of his precious rights preserved in
the constitution.
Even if after investigation the police officer does not find any complicity of
accused person, the Magistrate is not bound to accept the police report. It may
direct further inquiry or further investigation over the death of the victim if he
finds that the death is homicidal in nature. The power of the Magistrate is not
circumscribed by any condition. The Magistrate is not bound to accept the
police report.
Argument -: Whether the High Court Division has
illegally presumed the misuse of power by the police
whileing the power under sections 54 and 167 of the
Code?
• Opinion -: To safeguard the life and liberty of the citizens and to
limit the power of the police the word 'concerned' used in section
54 of the Code is to be substituted by any other appropriate
word-Despite specific interpretation given to the words
"reasonable", "credible", the abusive exercise of power by the
police could not be checked, and therefore, any interpretation will
not be served the purpose. The said provision should be amended
in such a manner that the Safeguard will be found in the provision
itself.
• Relevant Laws -: Section 54 and 165 of the CrPC.
And Penal Code 1860 of the Section are relevant.
• Judgment -: (1) A member law enforcement officer making the arrest of
any person shall prepare a memorandum of arrest immediately after the
arrest and such officer shall obtain the signature of the arrestee with the
date and time of arrest in the said memorandum.
• (2)A member law enforcement officer who arrests a person must intimate
to a nearest relative of the arrestee and in the absence of his relative, to a
friend to be suggested by the arrestee, as soon as practicable but not later
than 12(twelve) hours of such arrest notifying the time and place of arrest
and the place in custody.
• (3)An entry must be made in the diary as to the ground of arrest and
name of the person who informed the law enforcing officer to arrest the
person or made the complaint along with his address and shall also
disclose the names and particulars of the relative or the friend, as the case
may be, to whom information is given about the arrest and the particulars
of the law enforcing officer in whose custody the arrestee is staying.
• (4) Registration of a case against the arrested person is sine-qua-non
forseeking the detention of the arrestee either to the law enforcing
officer's custody or in the judicial custody under section 167(2) of the
Code.
• (5) No law enforcing officer shall arrest a person under
section 54 of the Code for the purpose of detaining him
under section 3 of the Special Powers Act, 1974.
• (6) A law enforcing officer shall disclose his identity and
if demanded, shallshow his identity card to the person
arrested and to the persons present at the time of arrest.
• (7) If the law enforcing officer find, any marks of injury on the
person arrested, he shall record the reasons for such injury and shall
take the person to the nearest hospital for treatment and shall obtain
a certificate from the attending doctor.
• (8)If the person is not arrested from his residence or place of
business, the law enforcing officer shall inform the nearest relation
of the person in writing within 12 (twelve) hours of bringing the
arrestee in the police Station.
• (9)The law enforcing officer shall allow the person arrested to consult a
lawyer of his choice if he so desires or to meet any of his nearest relation.
• (10) When any person is produced before the nearest Magistrate under
section 61 of the Code, the law enforcing officer shall state in his
forwarding letter under section 167(1) of the Code as to why the
investigation cannot be completed within twenty four hours, why he
considers that the accusation or the information against that person is
well founded. He shall also transmit copy of the relevant entries in the
case diary B.P. Form 38 to the Magistrate.

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Bangladesh vs BLAST 8SCOB(2016) AD .pptx

  • 1. Bangladesh University of Business and Technology Assignment On -:Bangladesh Vs BLAST 8 SCOB (2016) AD
  • 2. Submitted By Submitted To Md Latifur Rahman Dr.Md.Milan Hossain Id: 19202105044 Associate Professor Intake: 40 Department of Law Section: 01 and Justice (BUBT)
  • 3. Bangladesh Vs BLAST 8 SCOB(2016) AD • Fact-: On 23rd July 1998, Shamim Reza Rubel. 20, a BBA student of Independent University, died in police custody after being arrested section 54 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, hereinafter shortly referred to as the Code and being declared dead on arrival at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital. A public outcry occurred with protests by members of the public, political parties, lawyers, teachers, students and human rights activists.
  • 4. His father a retired government official demanded a judicial inquiry. Sheikh Hasina, the incumbent Prime Minister, the then leader of the Opposition, Khaleda Zia, visited the bereaved family members. Within three days, on 27th July 1998, the government through the Ministry of Home Affairs established a one-person Judicial Inquiry Commission under Justice Habibur Rahman Khan, pursuant to the Commissions of Inquiry Act, 1956 by a gazette notification stating that it was doing so in relation to the matter of public importance in order to among others "inquire into the incident involving Shamim Reza Rubel, find out the perpetrators and make recommendations on how to prevent such incidents in the future" within 15 days.
  • 5. On the plea of terrorism, we cannot give a blank cheque to the law enforcing agencies to transgressing the fundamental rights of the citizens of the country. It should be borne in mind that a terrorist does not lose his fundamental rights even after commission of terrorist activities and there are laws for punishment of his crime, but he should not be deprived of his precious rights preserved in the constitution.
  • 6. Even if after investigation the police officer does not find any complicity of accused person, the Magistrate is not bound to accept the police report. It may direct further inquiry or further investigation over the death of the victim if he finds that the death is homicidal in nature. The power of the Magistrate is not circumscribed by any condition. The Magistrate is not bound to accept the police report.
  • 7. Argument -: Whether the High Court Division has illegally presumed the misuse of power by the police whileing the power under sections 54 and 167 of the Code?
  • 8. • Opinion -: To safeguard the life and liberty of the citizens and to limit the power of the police the word 'concerned' used in section 54 of the Code is to be substituted by any other appropriate word-Despite specific interpretation given to the words "reasonable", "credible", the abusive exercise of power by the police could not be checked, and therefore, any interpretation will not be served the purpose. The said provision should be amended in such a manner that the Safeguard will be found in the provision itself.
  • 9. • Relevant Laws -: Section 54 and 165 of the CrPC. And Penal Code 1860 of the Section are relevant.
  • 10. • Judgment -: (1) A member law enforcement officer making the arrest of any person shall prepare a memorandum of arrest immediately after the arrest and such officer shall obtain the signature of the arrestee with the date and time of arrest in the said memorandum. • (2)A member law enforcement officer who arrests a person must intimate to a nearest relative of the arrestee and in the absence of his relative, to a friend to be suggested by the arrestee, as soon as practicable but not later than 12(twelve) hours of such arrest notifying the time and place of arrest and the place in custody.
  • 11. • (3)An entry must be made in the diary as to the ground of arrest and name of the person who informed the law enforcing officer to arrest the person or made the complaint along with his address and shall also disclose the names and particulars of the relative or the friend, as the case may be, to whom information is given about the arrest and the particulars of the law enforcing officer in whose custody the arrestee is staying. • (4) Registration of a case against the arrested person is sine-qua-non forseeking the detention of the arrestee either to the law enforcing officer's custody or in the judicial custody under section 167(2) of the Code.
  • 12. • (5) No law enforcing officer shall arrest a person under section 54 of the Code for the purpose of detaining him under section 3 of the Special Powers Act, 1974. • (6) A law enforcing officer shall disclose his identity and if demanded, shallshow his identity card to the person arrested and to the persons present at the time of arrest.
  • 13. • (7) If the law enforcing officer find, any marks of injury on the person arrested, he shall record the reasons for such injury and shall take the person to the nearest hospital for treatment and shall obtain a certificate from the attending doctor. • (8)If the person is not arrested from his residence or place of business, the law enforcing officer shall inform the nearest relation of the person in writing within 12 (twelve) hours of bringing the arrestee in the police Station.
  • 14. • (9)The law enforcing officer shall allow the person arrested to consult a lawyer of his choice if he so desires or to meet any of his nearest relation. • (10) When any person is produced before the nearest Magistrate under section 61 of the Code, the law enforcing officer shall state in his forwarding letter under section 167(1) of the Code as to why the investigation cannot be completed within twenty four hours, why he considers that the accusation or the information against that person is well founded. He shall also transmit copy of the relevant entries in the case diary B.P. Form 38 to the Magistrate.