Md. Rashed Khan Menon (Russell), Tangail: Four accused in the much-discussed murder case of Srishti Residential School student Shihab in Tangail have surrendered. On Wednesday (August 10) afternoon, they surrendered in the court of Acting District and Sessions Judge Masood Parvez of Tangail and sought bail through their lawyers. After hearing the arguments of the counsel for both the parties, the learned judge denied them bail and sent them to jail. Plaintiff's lawyer. Russell Rana confirmed the surrender and denial of bail. The accused who surrendered are accused No. 2 of the case Biplab (30), accused No. 3 Ashraf (30), accused No. 4 Masum (40) and accused No. 6 Bijan (40). Before surrendering, accused Bijan said, we have been going to school regularly and taking classes. Later on June 30, the High Court (High Court) granted six weeks of anticipatory bail. (August 10) Surrender and apply for bail in Tangail Judge Court. Ilyas Hossain, the father of the deceased Shihab, said that the police had sold out to Ripon, the leader of the educational institution, so no accused was arrested. At the behest of Allah, they surrendered to the court. It should be noted that on June 20, the body of student Shihab Mia was recovered from the seventh floor of the residential building of Srishti Academic School in Suari Bagan area of the city. From the beginning, the child's family was accusing him of murder. In the initial stage of the incident, a case of death was filed in Tangail Sadar Police Station. On Sunday afternoon, RAB detained seven teachers and police detained two teachers for questioning after the post-mortem report was released. Later RAB released seven of them as they did not get any important information from them. Later on June 27, the mother of Shihab who was killed filed a murder case against 6 people at Tangail Sadar Police Station. The accused in the case are - Resident teachers of Srishti Academic School Abu Bakkar, Biplab, Ashraf, Masud, Matin and Bijan. Police arrested teachers Nasir and Abu Bakkar before the case, but Nasir was released as his name was not in the case. Advocate Shariful Islam Ripon handled the case on behalf of the accused.