Mashroor sent to court seeking 6-day remand
Published: 02:46 PM, 25 April 2018
Police arrested Chief Executive Officer of bdjobs.com AKM Fahim Mashroor on the bases of article 57. He was sent to court seeking his 6-day remand.
Dhaka Metropolitan Police Detective Branch (DB) arrested bdjobs` head office on Wednesday morning from the capital`s Kawran Bazar area. Later, he was sent to the court at noon.
Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Counter Terrorism Unit Nazmul Sumon confirmed the matter to Daily Bangladesh.
Earlier on 22 April, the former Mass Education Editor of Dhaka University BCL Unit Al Sadiq filed a statement with Kafrul Police Station.
It has been mentioned on the statement that Fahim Mashroor`s Facebook ID has created irreconcilable situation and unstable conditions in the country, including continuous law and order situation, through propaganda by uploading and publishing inconsistent false and offensive status with the cartoon upload and shares of the Prime Minister`s image through social media and continued similar activities.
In the preliminary information statement of the case, it has been alleged that in the name of communicating the quota reform movement in social media, uploading inconsistent false and offensive status and data, through propaganda, it is a crime in the country to create anarchic situation and unstable situation, including the deterioration of law and order situation.
There are also eight complaints in the report.
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