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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.

Hefazat leaders Harun Izhar and Faisal Mahmud Habibi detained

Dhaka, April 29: Former Literary and Research Secretary of Hefazat-e-Islam Bangladesh Mufti Harun Izhar was arrested from Chittagong and Joint-General Secretary of Dhaka Metropolitan Mufti Faisal Mahmud Habibi was arrested on Wednesday.

Hefazat-e-Islam's convening committee announced at midnight

Dhaka, April 26: A five-member convening committee of Hefazat-e-Islam has been formed with Junaid Babungari as its convener.

Hefazat-e-Islam committee dissolved

Dhaka, April 26: The current committee of Hefazat-e-Islam has been dissolved. Ameer (president) of the organization Allama Junaid Babunagari said this in a video message from Hathazari Madrasa in Chittagong on Sunday (April 25).

No compromise with Hefazat-e-Islam: Amir Hossain Amu

Dhaka, April 24: Amir Hossain Amu, a member of the ruling Awami League's advisory council, said Hefazat-e-Islam leaders were being arrested on specific allegations.

Hefazat-e-Islam to leave out extremists and reorganise

Dhaka, April 22: Hefazat leaders want to reorganize the organization by eliminating the extremists and form it anew. There will be no political leaders in the organization and work in coordination with the government. The outfit's top leaders outside the jail have given such assurance in a meeting with the government's law enforcement agencies.

Hefazat attack: Leaders terrified by government's strict stance

Dhaka: The government is ging to take a strict stand against perpetrators, in the wake of violent clashes in the name of opposing the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the golden jubilee of independence and the centenary of the birth of the father of the state Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Law enforcement agencies are going to take strict action by identifying the culprits. Although the government initially showed patience to avoid clashes and casualties, it will not give any concessions to the attackers.