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5-day remand of three university students arrested with LSD

Staff Correspondent
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A court has granted five-day remand to three students of a private university arrested in connection with the seizure of a drug called Lysergic acid diethylamide or LSD from a house in the capital.

The remanded accused are Sadman Shakib Rupal and Ashab Wadud Turya, BBA students of North South University and Adin Ashraf, a student of Independent University.

Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Baki Billah granted them a five-day remand after a hearing in a virtual court on Sunday, May 30.

The three accused were produced before the Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate's Court on Thursday, May 27. The investigating officer of the case then requested to remand them for seven days in the interest of proper investigation of the case.

Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Debabrata Biswas ordered to send them to jail and fixed Sunday, May 30 for remand hearing.

DB arrested three students of a private university for being involved in the sale of LSD earlier on Wednesday, May 26.

At that time, 200 LSD blots were seized from these three. A case was filed against them at DMP's Dhanmondi police station.

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