BNP standing committee member Mirza Abbas has been remanded by the court for five days. The court remanded him in the Sabotage and Explosives Act case committed at Shahjahanpur police station in the capital.
Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Court Magistrate Shafi Uddin gave this order on Wednesday (November 1) afternoon.
Earlier, the police applied for 5 days remand to interrogate Mirza Abbas. The investigation officer of the case DB Police SI Noor Islam applied for this remand.
On the other hand, the lawyers applied for bail seeking cancellation of the remand application on behalf of the accused. In addition, PP Abdullah Abu of Dhaka Metropolitan Court heard the remand application for the state. After the hearing of both parties, the judge rejected the bail application and gave this order.
According to the source of the case, after the rally in Nayapaltan on the afternoon of October 28, under the leadership and guidance of BNP Standing Committee member Mirza Abbas Uddin Ahmed alias Abbas, the accused armed with native weapons raised slogans. They created panic and fear in the public mind and conducted various types of sabotage and destructive activities in the area under Shahjahanpur police station. The accused snatched away the weapons along with the cocktail explosion, obstructing the official work of the police.
On October 29, SI Mustafizur Rahman of Shahjahanpur police station of the capital filed a case with Mirza Abbas as the main accused. The case mentions the names of 49 people and 700-800 people are named as anonymous accused.