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Former MP’s nephew jailed in fraud case

A wise senior judicial magistrate of Faridpur’s Amli Court No. 6 denied bail to the accused in a CR case and sent him to jail on Thursday. Mehedi Hasan, son of Abul Basar Miah of Dakshin Kamargram in Boalmari Municipality of Faridpur, filed a case against Kazi Abdullah Al Rashid, son of Harun Aur Rashid, former chairman of Bana Union in neighboring Alfadanga Upazila.

Kazi Abdullah Al Rashid is a resident of Shirgram in Bana Union of Alfadanga and a nephew of Kazi Sirajul Islam, a former MP from Faridpur-1 constituency and a member of the Central Awami League’s advisory council.

According to the case statement, Mehdi Hasan as the chairman of the business organization and Kazi Abdullah Al Rashid as the managing director started a business in 2016. Mehdi Hasan left the company in 2020 on charges of immoral activities. At that time, Mehdi owed Tk 6 lakh for the business partnership to Abdullah. Mehdi went to the Kazi Harun Shopping Complex office at Boalmari Wapda Junction on February 15, 2020 to collect the money. At one point in the conversation, the wallet in Mehdi’s pocket accidentally fell off. The money in the wallet had multiple unwritten signed-unsigned multiple check pages.

Mehdi mentioned in the complaint that Kazi Abdullah had arbitrarily written Rs 25 lakh on one of the pages of the lost check. Mehdi became the plaintiff in the case. The court directed PBI Faridpur to investigate the matter on December 23, 2020. Following the PBI investigation, the investigation report was submitted to the court on January 2, 2021. The crime was initially proved in the investigation report. Then in the CR case on March 2 this year, Kazi Abdullah Al Rashid High Court Justice Sheikh Mohammad. A bench of Justice Zakir Hossain and Justice KM Zahid Sarwar sought anticipatory bail and the High Court Division granted six weeks’ anticipatory bail and directed them to appear before the lower court.

But Kazi Abdullah Al Rashid did not appear in the High Court on time and when he appeared in the Faridpur Senior Judicial Court No. 6 on Thursday, the court denied bail and sent him to jail.

At 5:30 pm on Friday, Kazi Abdullah Al Rashid’s father and former chairman of Bana Union Parishad, Kazi Harun Aur Rashid, made multiple calls to his mobile phone and the number was blocked.

Harun Aur Rashid, president of East Mandari Government Primary School Management Committee of Laxmipur Sadar Upazila, has been accused of beating and stabbing him. The incident took place at noon on Friday (May 27) on the school premises. It is alleged that local tea shop owner Zakir Hossain Bablu and his father Belayet Patwari caused the incident. They claim to be the landlords of the school.

According to eyewitnesses and school authorities, a multi-storey building of the school was approved with a grant of Tk 6 lakh from the Department of Primary Education. Authorities recently demolished Bablu’s tea shop on school land to build the building. Earlier, Bablu had asked to remove the shop at different times but he did not do so. Meanwhile, when the shop was demolished, Bablu became angry with Harun, the president of the school. When he went to file the school building on Friday, the zamindar claimed that Bablu and his father came to Belayet and obstructed the work. When they protested, they attacked Aaron. At one point, they hit Aaron with kicks, fists, and sharp weapons. The locals rescued him and admitted him to Sadar Hospital. Aaron has bruises on various parts of his body, including his hands and abdomen.

Meanwhile, when Zakir Hossain Bablu called on his mobile phone to know about the allegation, he said that there was a problem with the installation of electricity poles. At that time, Aaron stabbed and injured him. He has come to Sadar Hospital for treatment.

However, Bablu was admitted to the hospital but no signs of injuries were found on his body. He was admitted to the hospital through a broker.

Harun Aur Rashid, president of the school management committee, said Bablu had a tea shop on the school land for a long time. The government approved a 4-storey building for our school. The construction work of the building started from May 19. Bablu and his father came to stop the filing on Friday. When I protested, they beat and stabbed me.

Officer-in-charge (OC) of Chandraganj Police Station AK Fazlul Haque said, “No one informed me about the incident.” Legal action will be taken if a written complaint is received.