A Dhaka court yesterday placed Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) president Abdul Kader Bhuiyan Juwel and its Dhaka city (north) unit senior vice-president Sharifuddin on a fresh six-day remand in a case filed for vandalizing vehicles and attempting to kill cops with Paltan Police Station.
The court of Metropolitan Magistrate Asaduzzaman Noor passed the order when the accused were produced before his court on completion of their three-day remand in another case filed with the same police station for blasting crude bombs and preventing police from discharging their duties.
Earlier, sub-inspectors of Detective Branch (DB) of police Mizanur Rahman and Anisul Islam, also investigation officers (IO) of the cases, filed petitions with the court seeking a 20-day remand.
On the other hand, Advocate Sanaullah Miah, the lawyer for the accused, submitted a petition seeking bail for his clients.
After hearing the petitions, the court granted six days’ remand for the accused rejecting the bail prayer.
On December 6, a DB team arrested the JCD leaders from a house in the capital’s Uttara and produced them before a Dhaka court which put them on the three-day remand in the explosion case.
BNP leaders Barrister Moudud Ahmed, MK Anwar, Rafiqul Islam Miah, Ruhul Kabir Rizvi, Hannan Shah, Belal Ahmed, Abdul Awal Mintoo and Shamsur Rahman Shimul Biwas were also made accused in the case.