Staff Reporter: The High Court has directed the formation of Monitoring Cell under the supervision of the drug and arms case investigation. The inspector general of police (IG) and all the police super (SP) have been ordered to implement the order. At the same time, the court has ordered an order to end the investigation into the drug and arms case within one month. Otherwise, the concerned court has been asked to submit an explanation for not to end the investigation of the case. Norwegianman Dr. Judge Jahangir Hossain and Justice Md. Nurul Islam Sheikh on Tuesday granted bail for four weeks in the Narcotics Case. The HC bench comprising Riaz Uddin Khan gave these orders. At the same time, due to the efforts of the expatriate to be arrested in a drug case, the SI of Joydebpur Police Station Gazipur. Gazipur Superintendent of Police has been directed to withdraw Abdul Halim from the police station within two weeks. In addition, SI Abdul Halim has been warned about such activities in the future. Advocate Faruk Alamgir Chowdhury, who was in the hearing on behalf of Nurul Islam Sheikh’s bail application, was in the court. And deputy attorney general Zahid Sarwar Kajol was on behalf of SI Abdul Halim. According to the case details, on November 29, 018 SI A group of police led by Abdul Halim arrested 10 people including Yaba Bari and one Raju Ahmed. Later, on the basis of the confession of Raju Ahmed, three people including Norwegian pracharak Nurul Islam were charged. After this, Nurul Islam appealed in the High Court seeking advance bail in the case. On hearing the bail hearing, the court found that Nurul Islam was a Norwegian and PhD Degree. The court gave an order to investigate the matter as he accused him of 10 Yaba rehabilitation cases. Within a week of the order of the court, Nurul Islam submitted the chargesheet in the police case, excluding the charges. Later, the High Court summoned the plaintiff, Joydebpur Police Station Sub-Inspector Abdul Halim. After the hearing on Tuesday, the court warned the SI and gave the verdict.
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