Pori Moni does not have to appear at police station in the drug case
Dhaka, June 2: Dhaka-based actress Pori Moni has been excused from appearing in court in a case under the Narcotics Control Act at the Banani police station in the capital. On Thursday (June 2), Judge Nazrul Islam of Dhaka's Special Judge's Court-10 granted Pari Moni's plea and excused her from personal appearance.
On May 12, Pori Moni applied for waiver of personal attendance due to physical illness. The court registered the application and fixed June 2 for hearing. He also fixed the same day for taking evidence in the case. After hearing today, the court granted the application.
Pori Moni appeared in the court of Judge Nazrul Islam of Dhaka Special Judge's Court-10 at 10 am today. On the same day, the plaintiff's lawyer interrogated RAB-1 officer Mojibur Rahman. After the interrogation, the court fixed July 19 for the next testimony.
At 10:14 am on May 12, Pori Moni appeared in the court of Judge Nazrul Islam of Dhaka Special Judge's Court-10. On that day, a day was fixed for testimony against three persons including Pori Moni. However, no witness appeared in court. On the other hand, the lawyer of Pori Moni appealed for waiver of personal attendance.
Earlier, the case was scheduled to be heard on March 29. However, Pori Moni could not appear in court as she was ill. Lawyer Nilanjana Rifat Survi applied for time on his behalf.
Meanwhile, two other accused appeared in the court. Defendant's lawyer also submitted a copy of the Appellate Division's application to the court. Judge Nazrul Islam of Dhaka's Special Judge's Court-10 then fixed May 12 for testimony.
On March 1, RAB-1 officer Mojibur Rahman testified in the court of Judge Nazrul Islam of Dhaka Special Judge's Court-10. With this, the testimony of this case started.