Rizvi on 3-day fresh remand

New Age Online

A Dhaka court on Tuesday granted three days’ fresh remand for questioning Bangladesh National Party joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi in a case filed on charge for instigating vandalism and arson in the capital’s Mohammadpur area on January 17.
Metropolitan magistrate Mustafizur Rahman passed the order after Markarias Das, sub-inspector of Sher-E-Bangla Nagar police station and also the investigation officer of the case, produced him before court and sought a 5-day remand.
Rizvi was taken to the court after completion of his two days’ remand in another case filed with Mohammad police station for instigate torching another bus during a blockade programme sponsored by BNP-led alliance on March 4.
Rizvi has been placed in a total of 28 days of remand in seven cases filed with Jatrabari, Badda and Mohammadpur police stations respectively on charges of instigating vandalism, arson attacks, and instigating cocktail explosions in the city during the ongoing movement of the BNP-led alliance.
On January 31, law enforcers arrested the BNP leader from house number 98 on Park Road in Baridhara in the capital for his alleged involvement in recent violence.

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