Mohib Ullah murder: Another 3 Rohingyas remanded for three days
Published: 02:29 PM, 6 October 2021
Three accused remanded for three days
A court in Cox’s Bazar today has granted three-day remand to another three accused in the murder case of Rohingya leader Mohib Ullah in the Ukhiya of the district.
Judge Tamanna Farah of Cox’s Bazar Senior Judicial Magistrate’s Court granted their remand at around 11:30 am on Wednesday.
With the latest remand, all the five arrested in the incident have been remanded for three days. Earlier in the morning, police produced the three accused in court.
The accused are – Ziaur Rahman, son of Zakir Ahmed, a resident of Kutupalong Lambasia 1 East Rohingya Camp 15 block of Ukhiya, Mohammad Salam, son of Maqbul Ahmed of H54 block of Lambasia 8W Camp and Md. Ilias, son of Rajak Ali of Camp No. 5.
Cox's Bazar Court Police Inspector Chandan Kumar Sarkar said the court granted a three-day remand when the state appealed for a seven-day remand. Earlier on October 3, the court granted a three-day remand to two suspects – Mohammad Salim Ullah alias Lamba Selim and Shawkat Ullah, both are Rohingyas – arrested in the murder.
Mohib Ullah, a Rohingya top leader, was shot dead by terrorists while staying at his agency’s office around 8:30 pm on September 29. Mohib Ullah’s younger brother Habib Ullah filed a case with Ukhiya Police Station on the night of September 30.