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Hefazat chief Junaid Babunagari dies

Dhaka, August 19: The head (Amir) of Hefazat-e-Islam Bangladesh and Shaikhul Hadith Allama Junaid Babungari of Hathazari Madrasa has died (Inna Lillahi wa Inna Ilahi Raziun).

Home Minister has assured to accept our demand: Hefazat Amir Babunagari

Dhaka, July 7: Amir Junaid Babungari of Hefazat-e-Islam Bangladesh went to met Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal on Monday with several demands. At the meeting, the minister gave a verbal assurance to accept their demands, the Hefazat Amir said. Babungari made the remarks at a meeting at the Makhjanul Uloom Madrasa in the capital's Khilgaon on Tuesday (July 6).

Embezzlement of assets worth Tk 20 crore; Case against 43 people including Hefazat leader Mamunul

Dhaka, June 16: A case has been filed against 43 people, including former joint secretary general of Hefazat-e-Islam Mamunul Haque, for embezzling assets worth Tk 20 crore. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Morshed Al Mamun Bhuiyan has directed the PBI (Police Bureau of Investigation) to investigate the matter and submit a report. This was revealed by the court sources on Wednesday (June 16).

BFIU seeks bank account details of 46 Hefazat leaders

Dhaka, June 9: Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU) is looking for Hefazat-e-Islam financiers. Recently, the financial intelligence agency has written to the banks asking for information about the bank accounts of 46 leaders and workers of the organization. In the letter, the leaders of Hefazat-e-Islam have been asked to send all the information of the account opened along with the relevant documents, account opening form, KYC, TP, transaction details from the beginning, etc.

Hefazat announces new committee led by Babunagari-Jihadi

Dhaka, June 7: Finally, the new central committee of Hefazat-e-Islam Bangladesh has been announced. The new 33-member committee was announced at a press conference at Makhjanul Uloom Madrasa in Khilgaon at 11am on Monday. Leaders with jails and political identities have been dropped from the new committee. Junaid Babunagari has been retained as Amir and Nurul Islam Jihadi as secretary general in the committee.

Hefazat-e-Islam to announce new committee today

Dhaka, June 7: About a month and a half after the announcement of the dissolution of the Hefazat-e-Islam committee, the organisation is going to announce a new committee on June 7.

36 Hefazat leaders and activists accused of killing ex-Amir Allama Shafi

Dhaka, June 6: A case has been filed against 36 leaders and activists of Hefazat-e-Islam for allegedly murdering former Amir Allama Shah Shafi. Mohammad Moinuddin, a relative of the late leader, filed the case in the Chittagong Judicial Magistrate's Court on Thursday, June 3. The complainant is not a Hefazat-e-Islam official.

Hefazat leader Mamunul Haque's bank account transactions worth Tk 6 crore a year

Dhaka, May 31: The Dhaka Metropolitan Detective Police (DB) has received information about a transaction of around Tk 6 crore a year in the bank account of Mamunul Haque, the joint secretary general of the recently dissolved central committee of Hefazat-e-Islam. Dhaka Metropolitan Detective Police (DB) Joint Commissioner Md Mahbub Alam said this at the DB office on Sunday (May 30) at 5.30 pm.

'Shishu Bokta' Rafiqul Islam Madani records confessional statement

Dhaka, May 29: Rafiqul Islam Madani, known across the country as 'Shishu Bokta' (child speaker), has given a confessional statement in the Gazipur court in the case of the Digital Security Act filed by the RAB. When he was produced in the court of Gazipur Senior Judicial Magistrate Sheikh Nazmun Nahar on Friday (May 28), he made a confessional statement under section 164.

Hefazat: Babungari's press secretary Farooqi arrested

Dhaka, May 22: RAB has arrested Hefazat-e-Islam convener Junaid Babungari's press secretary Enamul Hasan Farooqi. He was arrested on Friday (May 21st) night from Fatehabad in Hathazari, Chittagong. At noon on Saturday (May 22), RAB-7 Chittagong Commander Lieutenant Colonel Mashiur Rahman announced the arrest.

No bail in cases related to Hefazat-e-Islam: High Court

Dhaka, May 19: The High Court did not grant bail to diploma engineer Ferdous Khan Rana in a case filed against him for obstructing police duties in Brahmanbaria due to clashes between Hefazat-e-Islam in different parts of the country on the eve of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh. The court dropped his bail application from the agenda.

Nabbed Hefazat leader Shahinur Pasha maintained contact with BNP's Tareq Rahman

Dhaka, May 7: Hefazat leader Shahinur Pasha was arrested at midnight on Friday. Shahinur, arrested from Bankalapara in Sylhet, is the legal secretary of the defunct committee of Hefazat-e-Islam. He was in contact with London-based BNP leader Tarique Rahman, law enforcement officials said.

Police arrest Hefazat-e-Islam leader Abdur Rahim Qasemi

Dhaka, May 5: Cops have arrested Hefazat-e-Islam leader Mufti Abdur Rahim Qasemi on Tuesday afternoon from Vadughar area of Brahmanbaria district.

Hefazat was planning government's downfall

Dhaka, May 4: Hefazat-e-Islam launched a violent movement in the wake of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit in March, but with different motives. The organisation planned a month-long movement. Their plan was to occupy Dhaka during Ramadan by organising sporadic movements in different parts of the country. This information has come to light during the interrogation of top Hefazat leaders who were arrested after the recent violent movement of the organisation. Multiple law enforcement sources have confirmed this information.

Hefazat was planning government's downfall

Dhaka, May 4: Hefazat-e-Islam launched a violent movement in the wake of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit in March, but with different motives. The organisation planned a month-long movement. Their plan was to occupy Dhaka during Ramadan by organising sporadic movements in different parts of the country. This information has come to light during the interrogation of top Hefazat leaders who were arrested after the recent violent movement of the organisation. Multiple law enforcement sources have confirmed this information.