May 17, 2021


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MP’s complaint against the president-editor of Hefazat

After demanding the arrest, the MP of Brahmanbaria-3 (Sadar and Vijaynagar) constituency has lodged a written complaint against Hefazat-e-Islam president Maulana Sajidur Rahman and general secretary Mufti Mubarak Ullah. A. M. Ubaidul Mokatadir Chowdhury. On Saturday (May 1) evening, Advocate Abdul Jabbar Mamun, Legal Secretary of the Municipal Awami League, submitted the statement on behalf of MP Moktadir to the Sadar Police Station.

This is the first time a written complaint has been lodged against the president-editor of Hifazat in connection with the violence in Brahmanbaria. The statement mentioned the names of 14 people including Sajidur Rahman and Mubarak Ullah and accused 150 others.

Sadar Police Station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Muhammad Shahjahan confirmed receiving the statement. He said necessary steps would be taken in consultation with the higher authorities.

It is mentioned in the statement that the leaders and activists of Hifazat-e-Islam carried out infernal violence in Brahmanbaria from March 26 to March 26 on the occasion of the golden jubilee of independence and the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Bangladesh. They inflicted horrendous damage on Brahmanbaria by using various flammable substances including firearms and gunpowder as part of a conspiracy and plan to overthrow the government.

The statement further said that under the direction of Maulana Sajidur Rahman and Mufti Mubarak Ullah and other accused, cyber terrorism was organized on various Facebook pages, IDs and news portals to create tension among the people with seditious, hateful and hateful status. As a result, the law and order situation in Brahmanbaria deteriorated.

In just five hours, the Upazila Chhatra League has harvested two bighas of paddy from Quddus Mollah, a poor farmer of Deyapara village in Sridharpur union of Abhaynagar upazila of Jessore.

On Saturday (May 1) morning, a 35-member team led by Advocate Raushan Kabir Tutul, joint convener of the Upazila Chhatra League, and Dipankar Das Dipur, one of the members of the convening committee, cut the paddy and delivered it to the farmer’s house.

Advocate Raushan Kabir Tutul, joint convener of the Upazila Chhatra League, told Kaler Kanth that arrangements have been made to cut the paddy of poor farmers almost every day since the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan. Upazila Chhatra League will continue the paddy harvesting program of helpless and poor farmers.