The group of Dia Khanom Mim, an undergrad who was run over and murdered by a Jabale Nur Paribahan transport in 2018, has communicated disappointment with the court’s choice to condemn the driver to life in jail over the accident.
They encouraged the state examiners to interest a higher court looking for capital punishment against driver Sumon Billah.
Two transports of Jabale Nur hustled each other as they barrelled down from the Kalshi flyover when one of them ran over the understudies of Shaheed Ramiz Uddin Cantonment College hanging tight for transport on Airport Road.
Mim and Abdul Karim Rajib kicked the bucket on the spot while a few others were harmed. The mishap set off a remarkable understudy fight with calls for more secure streets.
Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge KM Imrul Kayes on Sunday imprisoned the two transport drivers and a right hand forever.
Responding to the decision, Dia’s uncle Selim Hossain stated, “The driver ought to have been hanged. He was driving without a permit.”
“The vehicle likewise did not have the important enrollment archives. So he ought to have been given capital punishment.”
Dia’s dad Jahangir Alam, a transport driver, began the case with the Cantonment Police Station around the same time the mishap happened. However, Jahangir chose to quit driving transports after Dia’s demise – a choice which despite everything he holds on, as per Selim.
Selim accepts the mishap originated from the proprietors’ choice to enable underage drivers to work transports.
“Proprietors hand their vehicles to youngsters matured somewhere in the range of 10 and 13 years. There have been numerous mishaps subsequently.”
On Sunday, drivers Masum Billah and Jubayer Sumon and aide Md Asad Kazi, who is slipping off, were indicted for punishable murder. Transport proprietor Jahangir Alam and Enayet Hossain, another aide, were excused.
The other suspect for the situation, transport proprietor Md Shahadat Hossain Akondo, is out on bail after the High Court remained the preliminary procedures against him.