Mamunul placed on 3-day fresh remand in another case
Published: 07:19 PM, 17 May 2021
Mamunul Haque - File Photo
A Dhaka court on Monday placed Hefazat-e-Islam’s former joint secretary general Mamunul Haque on a three-day remand in a case filed over the recent acts of vandalism, arson and sabotage perpetrated by Hefazat activists between Shimrail and Signboard areas of the Dhaka-Chittagong Highway in Narayanganj.
Narayanganj Chief Judicial Magistrate Farhana Ferdous passed the order after the Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) sought seven days to question the Hefazat leader.
Court Police Inspector Asaduzzaman said Mamunul was shown arrested in the case.
Police had filed six cases regarding the violence that ensued in Narayanganj on March 28. Of them, the investigation for one was transferred to the PBI on April 15.
Earlier on Wednesday, Narayanganj Senior Judicial Magistrate Ahmed Humayun Kabir placed the Hefazat leader on a 15-day remand in connection with five cases.
On April 18, Mamunul was arrested from Jamiya Rahmaniya Arabia Madrasa in the capital’s Mohammadpur area.