No casualties were reported in the incidents.
Jamaat’s demonstrations were part of planned street protests against the High Court verdict scrapping the party’s registration with the Election Commission (EC) and disqualifying it from contesting future polls as its charter breached the secular Constitution.
The Jamaat has called a 48-hour nationwide general strike from August 12 to denounce the judgement. It has also announced to challenge the verdict before the apex Appellate Division of the Supreme Court.
In an editorial, Bangladesh newspaper Prothom Alo blasted the Jamaat saying, “legal battle and street vandalism do not go hand in hand” and called the new generation of the party leadership to decide if they would continue to shoulder the misdeeds of their leaders during the 1971 war.
The High Court allowed the Jamaat to challenge the verdict as the issue involved constitutional matters.
Legal experts said the judgement did not declare the party unlawful and just disqualified it from contesting polls on constitutional grounds.