A Dhaka court on Monday fixed December 2 to deliver its verdict in a case over the killing of six students at Aminbazar in Savar on the outskirts of the capital in 2011.
Judge Ismat Jahan of Dhaka Second Additional District and Sessions Judge Court fixed the date.
In the early hours of July 17, 2011, six students were beaten to death by angry mob after branding them as bandits at Aminbazar in Savar on the outskirts of the capital.
Three of the deceased were students of Mirpur Bangla College, while the others were of Tejgaon College, Bangladesh University of Business and Technology and Maple Leaf International School in the capital.
Savar Model police filed a murder case against 60 people in connection with their involvement in the killing.
On January 13, 2013, Additional Police Super Sharif Uddin Ahmed of Rab Headquarters, also the investigation officer of the case, pressed charges against the 60 accused.
The trial in the case started on July 8, 2013 after a court framed charges against the accused.