Mamunul Haque Rahman custody of sculpture within the Facebook group against the opening of the anger of seminary students at Baitul Mukarram National Mosque in Dhaka, police said that they had gathered matabalambira.
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According to police, disguised as Friday prayers were gathered within the demonstrations, consistent with the plan. Obstructs the procession were hurling stones at police personnel.
Paltan-Shantinagar area on Friday afternoon in clashes with demonstrators, police arrested 3 people. Two cases were filed in Paltan and Ramna police stations over the incident.
Paltan police headquarters OC Abu Bakar Siddique told bdnews24.com that they had arrested 14 people. All are charged with obstructing police investigation and assaulting police.
Ramna police headquarters OC Monirul Islam said nine people were arrested on equivalent charges. The OCs of the 2 police stations said most of the arrested were madrasa students. Their age is between 18 to 30 years.
According to the case filed by the police, Muktijuddha Mancha recently held a rally at Shahbagh to protest against the installation of a sculpture by Mamunul Haque Bangabandhu, the acting secretary-general of the Bangladesh Khilafah Majlis. Mamunul Haque’s kushputul was burnt there.
To protest against this, students of various madrassas gathered at Baitul Mukarram Mosque on Friday in disguise for Friday prayers. Later, once they took out the procession, the police stopped them. They ignored the police and blocked the road at Nightingale Junction and Shantinagar Junction.
At the time the police arrived to get rid of them once they threw stones at the police, and therefore the police fled areas around many various lanes 3 people diagnosed with.
“They told the police that they came to Baitul Mukarram after receiving information through a gaggle called ‘Saikhul Hadith Muhammad Mamunul Haq Supporters Group’ on Facebook,” the case was filed with the Paltan police headquarters, citing information obtained from a number of the detainees during preliminary interrogation.
A similar statement was made within the case filed with Ramna police headquarters. Although no specific group was mentioned there, they were told to collect at Baitul Mukarram to protest after receiving messages through social media including Facebook.