Police Bureau of Investigation (Chattogram district) today submitted the probe report in a case filed over "killing" the former chief of Hefajat-e-Islam Shah Ahmad Shafi.
The investigation agency said it found "truth" in the allegations made by Shafi's brother-in-law in the case statement.
"Hefajat Joint Secretary General Mamunul Haque's name is not among the 43 names submitted to the court, but the current Amir Junaid Babunagari's name is. The court would decide on the matter later," PBI Chief Banaj Kumar Majumder told The Daily Star.
"After investigating the case filed, we found truth in the allegations and submitted the report before the court mentioning our findings. Now the court will decide the next course of action in the case," said PBI Chattogram SP Nazmul Hasan.
However, the SP denied disclosing the findings.
Thirty-six people, including a top Hefajat leader, were sued over the "killing" of Shah Ahmad Shafi in December last year.