But Tutul said he was in the dark about the development. "I talked to the officer some 10 to 12 days ago, but he did not tell me anything like this. He rather asked my why we did not file a case ourselves."

'JUSTIC WE WANT'

Abir Ahmed, an SSC examinee, was killed on January 27 this year when a Wasa water tanker ran him over near Wari High School in the capital. He had gone to the school to attend a farewell programme.

At the press conference, his elder sister Liza Akhter said although a case was filed and the driver was arrested, they feared they would not get justice.

"Many are approaching us on behalf of the accused and telling us that running the case won't bring anything good for us. They are discouraging us from continuing the legal battle," Liza said.

"We want justice. Our only demand is the highest punishment for the driver," she said, adding that reckless driving took his brother's life.

Nazim Uddin, elder brother of Saiful Islam, who was killed in a road crash in Sheora in October 2017, said they also filed a case with Cantonment Police Station.

The driver of the bus which killed Saiful was arrested, but he