Domestic worker’s death: Journalist Ashfaqul Haque’s bail

The High Court has announced the verdict by granting permanent bail to Syed Ashfaqul Haque, the former Executive Editor of Daily Star in the case of the death of a domestic worker who fell from a building.

On Tuesday (June 11), High Court Judge Md. A bench consisting of Rezaul Hasan and Justice Fahmida Quader passed the verdict. Senior lawyer Md. was in favor of the bail application in the court today. Khurshid Alam Khan.

Earlier on April 22, the High Court granted bail to Syed Ashfaqul Haque’s wife Tanya Khandkar. Besides, the court issued a ruling asking why Ashfaqul should not be granted bail.

On the morning of February 6, the domestic worker Preeti was rescued from the ground floor of a multi-storied building on Shahjahan Road in Mohammadpur of the capital and taken to Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital in a bloody state. Then the doctor said that he died before being taken to the hospital. Syed Ashfaqul Haque and his family live on the first floor of that building.

Preeti’s father Lokesh Urang filed a case in Mohammadpur police station the next day. Syed Ashfaqul Haque and his wife Tanya Khandkar were arrested in the case on February 7. They were later remanded.