BNP leader Chand, who threatened to kill the Prime Minister, jailed
Dhaka, June 9: Rajshahi district BNP leader Abu Saeed Chand has been sent to jail in a case of threatening to kill Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the court has ordered.
After the two-day remand on Friday, the police produced him in the court. After that, Zakir Hossain, Inspector (Operation) of Chawkbazar Police Station requested to keep him in jail until the investigation of the case is over. In view of the application, Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Arafatul Rakib ordered to send him to jail.
Earlier, on May 25, a Chhatra League leader named Ashikur Rahman Anu filed this case in the capital's Chawkbazar police station. Then Inspector Zakir Hossain filed a 10-day remand application showing his arrest in the anti-terror law case at Chowkbazar police station on May 28. In view of the application, the court fixed June 7 for the hearing in the presence of the accused. On that day (June 7), Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Dhaka Hasibul Haque granted his two-day remand after the hearing.
Abu Saeed Chand, in a speech delivered at the BNP rally at the Shivpur High School ground in Rajshahi on May 19, said that there are no more 27 points or 10 points. Sheikh Hasina should be sent to the graveyard. Rajshahi police arrested Chand on May 25 after his statement. After that, he was remanded and interrogated twice in this case.