Fakhrul sent to jail then dramatically released by Metropolitan court

Fakhrul sent to jail then dramatically released by Metropolitan court

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Dhaka – A court in Dhaka on Wednesday sent BNP leader Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir to jail rejecting his bail petition in two arson cases, hours after he was made secretary general of party, UNB news agency has repored.

Judge of Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Court M Golam Nabi passed the order in the morning after the BNP leader surrendered before the court seeking bail. The court later on the day granted bail to BNP leader Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir shortly after it sent him to jail rejecting his bail petition in two arson cases.
Judge of Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Court M Golam Nabi passed the order hearing the reconsideration petition filed by Fakhrul’s lawyer Sanaullah Miah.
Earlier, the court had sent the BNP leader to jail when he surrendered before the court seeking bail, hours after he had been made secretary general of the party.
However, the court granted bail to Fakhrul in one case filed with Motijheel Police Station.
Earlier in the morning, Fakhrul surrendered before the court and filed a bail petition through his lawyer Advocate Sanaullah Miah.
Earlier, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court on February 29 extended the bail of Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir till March 15 in three vandalism cases.
The court also ordered the BNP leader to surrender before the lower court within 15 days.
On January 4 last year, Assistant Sub-inspector of Paltal Model Police Station M Maminul Islam filed a case against 35 BNP leaders and activists, including Fakhrul, for torching a bus of Tanjil Paribahan in Gulistan.
On the following day, sub-inspector of the same police station M Manibur Rahman Sujan filed another case against the BNP leader and 49 others for setting fire to a motorcycle of a sergeant in the city’s Fakirapul area.
On January 6, another case was filed against 50-60 BNP leaders and activists, including Fakhrul, as some miscreants torched a BRTC bus in front of Rajuk Building in Motijheel.
Dhaka – A court here on Wednesday sent BNP leader Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir to jail rejecting his bail petition in two arson cases, hours after he was made secretary general of party, UNB news agency has repored.
Judge of Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Court M Golam Nabi passed the order in the morning after the BNP leader surrendered before the court seeking bail.
However, the court granted bail to Fakhrul in one case filed with Motijheel Police Station.
Earlier in the morning, Fakhrul surrendered before the court and filed a bail petition through his lawyer Advocate Sanaullah Miah.
Earlier, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court on February 29 extended the bail of Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir till March 15 in three vandalism cases.
The court also ordered the BNP leader to surrender before the lower court within 15 days.
On January 4 last year, Assistant Sub-inspector of Paltal Model Police Station M Maminul Islam filed a case against 35 BNP leaders and activists, including Fakhrul, for torching a bus of Tanjil Paribahan in Gulistan.
On the following day, sub-inspector of the same police station M Manibur Rahman Sujan filed another case against the BNP leader and 49 others for setting fire to a motorcycle of a sergeant in the city’s Fakirapul area.
On January 6, another case was filed against 50-60 BNP leaders and activists, including Fakhrul, as some miscreants torched a BRTC bus in front of Rajuk Building in Motijheel.

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