This is from roughly two months ago but fits well in the general context of the last few posts:
Law enforcers detained Tasneem Alam, central publicity secretary of
Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami, at his Uttara residence in the capital
yesterday for possession of anti-government leaflets and booklets.
Police also rounded up 21 female members of Jamaat and its women
students' wing Islami Chhatri Sangstha from the latter's office in
Moghbazar for their suspected link to “subversive activities.”
And then a few weeks later, this:
Police detained 13 suspected members of Islami Chhatri Sangstha,
women student wing of Jamaat-e-Islami, in front of National Press Club
in the capital on Saturday.
Shahbagh police picked them up
around 3:30pm while they were coming out of the press club after taking
part in a roundtable meeting on women's rights issue there.
Syed Nurul Islam, deputy police commissioner (Ramna
division), said the detainees are suspected to be members of the Islami
Chhatri Sangstha and are the aides of the 21 women arrested earlier.
"We are trying to know about their political background and their motives," he said.
As far as I know, being a member of the ICS was not a crime at that point - perhaps this article is actually from the coming April of this year and somehow travelled back in time?