Jamaat-e-Islami’s central leader leader Shahjahan rejected the bail again


Chittagong bureau:

Jamaat-e-Islami’s central leader and former lawmaker Shahjahan Chowdhury presented seven Jamaat-Shibir activists in court and appealed to lawyers to bail out the court.

Metropolitan Sessions Judge said on Thursday (12th September). Akbar Hossain Mridha’s court rejected the bail of seven people, including Shahjahan Chowdhury

Metropolitan Public Prosecutor Fakhruddin Chowdhury said that seven people were produced before the court in the case filed with the Khulshi Police Station and the bail plea of ​​the accused the accused. The court granted the bail application after the hearing.

During the ‘secret meeting’ of former councilor Mahfuzul Alam’s residence in Gulagar area Khulshi Thana on Aug 3, the city’s North and the Port Zones of the Detective Branch of the Detective Branch arrested eight people including Jamaat leader and former MP Shahjahan Chowdhury. Sub-inspector of the city’s detective police filed a case against Khulshi Police Station against them in the Special Powers Act against them for sabotage planning. Rezaul Karim Chowdhury. On August 6, the police took Shahjahan Chowdhury into two-day remand in the case.

The accused are former MP Shahjahan Chowdhury (64), Md. Abu Taher Bhuiya (69), Manjur Alam (33), Md. Mahbub Alam Prakash Mithu (32), Minhajul Arefin Aftahy (24), Md. Abul Bashar (26), HM Saifuddin (36) and Md. Russell (19).

The court did not grant Shahjahan Chowdhury bail if he appealed before the court on September 10 in two cases of Chakbazar Police Station.



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