Justice delayed: Prime accused in BUET student Soni murder case still absconding after 22 years

Justice delayed: Prime accused in BUET student Soni murder case still absconding after 22 years

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It has been 22 years since the death of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) student Sabekun Nahar Soni during a clash between two groups of the Jatiya Janata Party (JJP).

Even after so many years, the two main accused are still absconding.

Soni's father Habibur Rahman Bhuiyan died of blood cancer on February 11 last year and regretted that his daughter's killers were not punished. Soni's mother Dilara Begum is now mentally broken.

On 8 June 2002, two groups of student parties, one led by BUET Students' Party president Mokammal Hayat Khan and the other led by Dhaka University's SM Hall unit leader Mushfiq Uddin Tagar, clashed over the tender.

Soni, who was returning from class to her residential hall, was shot and died. Soni's death sparked student protests across the country.

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