April 13, 2021

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If Mamunul Haque commits a crime, there will be a case: Home Minister

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said on the issue of Maulana Mamunul Haque, the leader of Hefazat-e-Islam, that if he commits a crime, there will be a case and the case will proceed at the speed of the case. No one is there. Whoever commits the crime will be prosecuted and if he commits the crime, the court willtry him according to the law.He was responding to a question from reporters after a meeting at the Secretariat on Tuesday (April 6th) on the law and order s

Regarding the ongoing lockdown, the Home Minister said that the government has been forced to announce a lockdown or control program for seven days. “Thousands of people are being infected by the second wave of Covid-19,” he said. Many are obeying and many are not obeying. The corona is spreading and its prevalence is increasing at an alarming rate.

Yesterday
Asked about rumors that Hefazat leader Mamunul Haque has been taken into police custody, the minister said, “How can he be seen outside if he is taken into police custody?” He is swearing outside, with all his relatives and friends.

He said the government has declared all educational institutions, including Qawmi Madrasa, closed due to the epidemic. I would request everyone to cooperate with us to control this coward as per the instructions of the government.

Regarding the meeting, the minister said, “We have held this meeting to maintain law and order.” We have seen innocent people lose their lives in violence without any excuse. Among those who lost their lives in other places including Brahmanbaria, there were more outsiders than madrassa students, more ordinary people. We don’t want anyone to be killed.

The minister said, “We have decided to maintain law and order. We will take a tough stand and if necessary, instructions are being given at the district level. District level magistrates, police superintendents and other law enforcement agencies will sit where they need to maintain law and order.” We have decided that we will not spare anyone wherever there is sabotage. All measures will be taken in accordance with the law against those who commit sabotage and those who are identified and convicted by the law enforcement agencies. So that they do not get an attempt to organize this event.

Manabkantha / SK

Hefzat-e-Islam leader Mamunul Haque’s supporters attacked the Awami League leader in Chittagong Rangunia. Muhibullah is dead.

He died at Chittagong Parkview Hospital around 12:30 pm on Tuesday (April 6). The managing director of the hospital. ATM Rezaul Karim confirmed this information.

Dr. ATM Rezaul Karim said, last Monday, Chittagong neurosurgeon Professor. Muhibullah underwent surgery for four and a half hours under the leadership of Kamal Uddin. He was later taken to life support on Tuesday if the condition deteriorated. He died of a stroke at around 12:30 pm.

Muhibullah is a member of Kodala Union Awami League in Rangunia Upazila. He is survived by his wife and two sons.

The party’s joint general secretary and information and broadcasting minister expressed deep grief over the death of the Awami League leader. Hasan Mahmud.

It may be mentioned that last Saturday (April 3), the joint secretary general of Hifazat-e-Islam Mamunul Haque took out an immediate protest procession in protest of the blockade of a resort in Sonargaon, Narayanganj. Three people, including Awami League leader Muhibullah, were seriously injured in the attack. The other injured are Union Juba League president Abdul Jabbar and former general secretary Dildar Azam Liton. They were rescued and taken to a clinic in Chandraghona Dobhashi Bazar. Muhibullah was rushed to Parkview Hospital in the city as his condition was critical. He died after being treated there for three days.

Rangunia Police Officer-in-Charge (OC) Mahbub Milki said the police and Kodala Union Juba League president Md. Abdul Jabbar filed two cases as a plaintiff. A total of 214 people, including 74 BNP-Jamaat activists and Hefazat supporters, have been charged in the two cases. Upazila BNP leader Younus Moni has been made the main accused in both the cases. BNP leader Kodala Union was arrested after the operation. Forkan (35), Md. Yahya (26) and Babar Alam (38) of Shilak Union.

Human Voice / NS

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