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Ten quota-reform activists walk out of Dhaka Central Jail in Keraniganjon Tuesday, August 21, 2018 after securing bail in the cases filed against them. Photo: Courtesy

10 activists of ‘Quota Reform Movement’ walk out of jail

WT24 Desk

Ten quota-reform leaders and activists who were accused in cases filed with Shahbagh police station have been freed from jail today, report Agencies.

They were released from Keraniganj Central Jail around 12:00pm, reports Prothom Alo.

The paperwork for the bail of the ten students was received by the jail authorities and that is why they have been released, Deputy Jailer of Keraniganj Central Jail Jahidul Alam confirmed the matter to the Bangla daily.

The quota-reform leaders and activists who walked out of jail today are, Faruk Hasan, Rashed Khan, Moshiur Rahman, Shakhawat Hossain, Jashimuddin Akash, Sohel Islam, Tarikul Islam, Masud Sarder, Saidur Rahman and Atikur Rahman.

Yesterday, a Dhaka court granted bail to eight leaders of the quota reform movement in connection with three cases filed with Shahbagh Police Station over vandalism, assaulting and preventing police from discharging their duties.

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