There are at least 17 cases against Hefazat-e-Islam joint secretary general Mamunul Haque in the capital alone. Among them, his name is in 15 cases that took place after the Hifazat violence on May 5, 2013, at Shapla Chattar in Motijheel. The plaintiffs in these cases are the police. The plaintiff in the latest case filed at Paltan police station is a Juba League leader. And the plaintiff in another case in Mohammadpur is a common man.
Mamunul Haque was arrested by the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP). Tejgaon Division from Jamia Rahmania Arabia Madrasa in Mohammadpur at around 1pm on Sunday. Earlier, members of the intelligence department and riot police took up position in the area from 12 noon. After his arrest, Mamunul Haque was first taken to the office of the Deputy Commissioner of Tejgaon. He take to Tejgaon police station at 2 pm for questioning. He is there until the last news. Mamunul Haque was arrested
Mamunul shown arrested in a vandalism case in Mohammadpur in 2020. Those adjustments will make later. Mamunul will take me to the court on Monday.
According to a Tejgaon police source, Mamunul Haque is the seventh accused in the case filed. His father’s name and address are unknown in the initial details of the case. GM Alamgir Shaheen, a resident of Chan Mia Housing in Mohammadpur, filed the case as a plaintiff.
He accused the accused of unlawfully beating the crowd, injuring them with intent to kill. Causing serious injuries, stealing, threatening, intentionally disturbing, and inciting religious activities.
Mamunul Haque was arrested
According to a source at the DMP headquarters, Mamunul Haque is the accused in eight cases under investigation of DB. Two cases under investigation in the Lalbagh division and one case under investigation in the Tejgaon division. Besides, his name is in one case under investigation in Motijheel police station and four cases under investigation in Paltan police station. Out of 18 cases, 15 cases have registered on May 5, 2013. after the Hifazat riots at Shapla Chattar in Motijheel.
Khandaker Arif Uz Zaman, deputy secretary of Dhaka Metropolitan Juba League (South), has filed the case after clashes between police and leaders of the ruling party Awami League and its affiliates after Friday prayers at Baitul Mukarram Mosque on March 26. Mamunul Haque is the number one accuse in this case.
In his statement, Khandaker Arif Uz Zaman said that after Friday prayers. He saw some unruly fanatics displaying their shoes inside the mosque.
Then he came out of the mosque and saw a riotous gathering of thousands of extremist fundamentalists of Jamaat-Shibir-BNP-Hefazat on the steps of the North Gate. You can know from their slogans and speeches that the top Jamaat-Shibir. BNP-Hifazat leaders led by Hefazat-e-Islam Joint Secretary General Mamunul Haque held secret meetings in different parts of the country including Dhaka to participate in the national parade at the national parade ground on the golden jubilee of independence and birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu.
He planned and conspired to disrupt the program and create anarchy by carrying out massive violence all over the country including Dhaka.
From this gathering, the militants started chanting anti-state and anti-government slogans. In order to carry out this heinous conspiracy under.
Khandaker Arif Uz Zaman said in the case that Maulana Junaid Al Habib, the joint secretary general of Hefazat, hit him on the head with an iron rod on the orders of Mamunul Haque. When he removed his head to save his life, he hit the house with a large rod under the knee of his right foot, causing serious injuries (broken bones). He fell to the ground and hit Maulana Lokman Hakim and Nasir Uddin Monir, joint secretaries-general of Hefazat, with bamboo sticks.