BNP Vice Chairman Shamsuzzaman Dudu has been granted three days remand by the court in the case filed at Ramna Model Police Station regarding the attack on the Chief Justice’s residence.
He was produced in court on Monday. At that time, for a proper investigation of the case, the investigating officer of the case, Inspector Rafiqul Islam, applied to take him on five-day remand.
On the other hand, the lawyer of the accused filed a bail application seeking cancellation of his remand. After the hearing of both parties, Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Shafiuddin granted his three-day remand.
Earlier, DB Police arrested Dudu from his sister’s house in Dhaka at around 12 o’clock on Sunday.
Attacking the nameplate and gate of the Chief Justice’s residence before the BNP General Assembly started on October 28. Bricks are thrown inside.
In this incident, the police filed a case against BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and the party’s standing committee member Mirza Abbas and 59 leaders and activists at Ramna police station.
Apart from Fakhrul-Abbas, the notable accused in the case are BNP Standing Committee Member Amir Khusru Mahmud Chowdhury, Vice Chairman Barkat Ullah Bulu, Abdul Awal Mintu, Ahmed Khan, Advocate Zainul Abedin, Nitai Roy Chowdhury, Shamsuzzaman Dudu, Air Vice Marshal (retd) Altaf. Hossain Chowdhury, Barrister Shahjahan Omar, Dhaka Metropolitan South BNP convener Abdus Salam, VP Joynal, Metropolitan North BNP Acting Convener Farhad Halim Donor and Member Secretary Aminul Haque.