From today's Daily Star - if all the mysterious unnamed Jamaatis mentioned below are counted (and added to the 50.000 from this), they outnumber the Shahbag crowd without any doubt:
Five cases were filed with Banshkhali Police Station since February 28
accusing 258 identified persons and 12,000 unidentified people in
connection with Jamaat-Shibir violence in Banshkhali upazila of
Jamaat-Shibir activists went berserk in the upazila as International
Crimes Tribunal on February 28 gave death penalty to Jamaat leader
Delawar Hossain Sayedee for war crimes.
Banshkhali police Sub-inspector Ratep Chandra Das filed a case against
211 identified and 12,000 unidentified people on charge of ransacking
the police station on February 28.
Rapid Action Battalion on Sunday filed a case accusing 13 identified and
6,000 unidentified people in connection with attacking them.
Shrimat Ramananda Puri Maharaj of Adaitananda Ashram filed a case against 4,000 unnamed people for vandalising the ashram.
Khokan Chandra Dhar, office assistant of Judicial Magistrate Court,
filed a case accusing 17 identified and 4,000 unidentified people for
torching the court house.
Abul Kashem, general record officer of Senior Assistant Judge Court,
filed a case against 17 named and 4,000 unnamed persons for setting the court ablaze.
And you thought that America has a suing culture. Plus it's not only Jamaat:
Thirty eight BNP leaders, including its acting secretary general
Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and standing committee member Moudud Ahmed,
were sued yesterday for violence in the capital on Saturday.
Some 1,200 unnamed activists of the main opposition were also accused in the five cases filed.
A case was filed yesterday against 40 named and around 100 unnamed
activists of the youth and volunteer wings of main opposition BNP in
connection with Thursday's vandalism in a Bogra court.
Earlier in the day, police sued over 190 leaders and activists of the
alliance on charges of attacking law enforcers and blasting bombs
during a rally in front of BNP’s central office at Nayapaltan.
Two cases were filed with the Paltan Police Station mentioning 153
names, Nasima Akhter, additional deputy commissioner of Dhaka
Metropolitan Police Media Centre, told The Daily Star.
The cases also sued at least 40 unnamed people, the ADC added.