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38 student protesters granted bail
Separate courts in Dhaka on Sunday granted bail to 38 students accused in cases filed over vandalism and attacks on police during the student movement demanding road safety movement.
Bails were granted to 12 students in a case filed with Badda, nine students in a case filed with Dhandmondi, two students in a case filed with Uttara, one student in a case filed with Shahbagh, three students in a in a case filed with New Market, five students in a case filed with Bhatara, three students in a case filed with Uttara East, one student in a case filed with Paltan and three in a case filed with Kotwali police stations.
Protests flared across Bangladesh on 29 July when two college students were run over in Dhaka - becoming victims of the unruly transportation sector of the capital.