The High Court has deleted the bail application of Maulana Mamunul Haque, the former Central Joint Secretary General of Hefazat Islam in two separate cases filed at Dhaka’s Paltan police station in 2021.
On Sunday (June 4), the judge of the High Court heard about this. A bench consisting of Kamrul Hossain Molla and Justice Khondkar Diliruzzaman gave this order.
Lawyer Helal Uddin Mollah heard the petition in court today. Deputy Attorney General Imran Ahmad Bhuiyan appeared for the state.
Later, Helal Uddin Molla said, the court said during the hearing of this application that you are not inclusive (we are not willing to hear this application).
Deputy Attorney General Emran Ahmed Bhuiyan said that the court has not heard the application of Mamunul Haque, but if he wants, he can apply for bail in another court.
Read more: Because of which Mamunul Haque was arrested
According to the details of the case, on April 30, 2021, Mamunul Haque’s second wife, Jannat Ara Jharna, claimed a case against Maulana Mamunul Haque, a prominent leader of Hefazte Islam, at the Sonargaon police station in Narayanganj, on charges of rape. Before that, local people arrested Mamunul Haque along with Jannat Ara Jharna at Royal Resort of Sonargaon Police Station in Narayanganj on April 3. Mamunul claimed Jharna as his second wife when the police arrived there after getting information.
Then on April 18, 2021, Maulana Mamunul Haque, Central Joint Secretary General of Hefazat Islam and General Secretary of Dhaka Metropolitan Committee, was arrested by Metropolitan Detective Police (DB).
In April 2021, two cases were registered against Mamunul Haque in Paltan police station of the capital due to violence surrounding the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Later he was arrested in various other cases.
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