Hefajat leaders Mamunul, Junayed remanded over 2013 mayhem, recent violence in Dhaka | The Daily Star
01:53 PM, May 04, 2021 / LAST MODIFIED: 01:55 PM, May 04, 2021

Hefajat leaders Mamunul, Junayed remanded over 2013 mayhem, recent violence in Dhaka

Hefajat-e-Islam's former joint secretary general Mamunul Haque and its Dhaka city unit's former president Junayed Al Habib were placed on different terms of remand in five cases filed with Paltan Police Station over the 2013 mayhem and the recent violence in Dhaka.

Metropolitan Magistrate Satyabrata Sikder placed Mamunul on a five-day remand in two cases filed with Paltan Police Station over the recent violence in Dhaka centring the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 26 after two investigators produced him before the court with a 17-day remand prayer.

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The same court granted four-day remand for Junayed in three cases filed with Paltan Police Station over the 2013 mayhem and the recent violence in Dhaka after three investigators submitted a 24-day remand prayer for him.

The court passed the orders after Mamunul and Junayed were produced before the court on completion of their seven-day remand in two cases filed with Paltan and Motijheel police stations over the 2013 mayhem and recent violence in Dhaka.

Defence for the accused submitted five separate petitions seeking bail along with cancellation of the remand prayers.

After hearing both sides, the magistrate rejected the defence pleas and placed them on different terms of remand in the cases.

Meantime, Mamunul was shown arrested in six other cases filed with Paltan Police Station over the 2013 mayhem in Dhaka while Junayed was shown arrested in two more cases over the same offences.

Mamunul was arrested on April 18 from Jamia Rahmania Arabia Madrasa of the capital's Mohammadpur area, while Junayed from Baridhara area on April 17.

 

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