A Dhaka court yesterday placed Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Motiur Rahman Nizami and its Secretary General Ali Ahsan Muhammad Mojahid on a three-day remand each in a case filed against JMB leaders in connection with anti-state activities.
Metropolitan Magistrate Rokhsana Begum Happy passed the order after Detective Branch (DB) Inspector Sheikh Mahbubur Rahman, also the investigation officer (IO) of the case, produced them before her with a ten-day remand prayer for each.
The case was filed with Kadamtoli Police Station on May 23 for indulging in anti-state activities.
Earlier, Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) Chief Moulana Saidur Rahman, who was shown arrested in the case and was placed on a six-day remand, implicated Jamaat leaders with anti-state activities.
Following his statement, Nizami, Mojahid and Delwar Hossain Sayedee were shown arrested in the case on July 23.
REMAND OF SAYEDEE
Another Dhaka court yesterday fixed August 29 for hearing on a five-day fresh remand prayer for Sayedee in connection with a case filed against him for making an attempt to kill late Prof Humayun Azad.
Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Inspector Mostafizur Rahman, also the IO of the case, produced Sayedee before the court on completion of his a two-day remand in the same case.
Sayedee was shown arrested in the case on July 11. Later, the IO prayed for a ten-day remand. But the court placed Sayedee on a three-day remand for interrogation.
Sayedee was arrested on June 29 after Metropolitan Magistrate Mehedi Hassan Talukder issued an arrest warrant against Sayedee, Nizami, Mojahid and Rafiqul Islam Khan in a case filed for hurting religious sentiment of Muslims.