Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Shamim's bodyguard remanded

The court has granted remand for four days for the seven bodyguards of Shamim alias GK Shamim, the Assistant Secretary of the Joint League SM Golam Kibria Shamim alias in the case of the money-laundering lawsuit. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Sadbir Yasir Ahsan Chowdhury ordered the remand on Tuesday. The seven were taken on remand - Md. Delwar Hossain, Md. Murad Hossain, Md. Zahidul Islam, Md. Dresses Islam, Md. Kamal Hossain, Md. Samasad Hossain and Md. Aminul Islam. Earlier, they were on remand for four days in a weapons case.
CID police applied for a ten-day remand in the case of money-laundering law. The petition said that the arrest of seven bodyguards, including GK Shamim, who was on remand from his office at Niketan in Gulshan on September 23, took cash Tk 1 million, US $ 1,000, Singapore dollars, GK Shamim's mother in the name of Trust Bank Narayanganj Shayar. Four FDRs and one lakh taka Tk. 25 lakh 1 lakh and four FDRs in Shahjalal Islami Bank Mohakhali Branch, Shamim's name. An FDR of Tk 20 crore was seized at the Keraniganj Shatta by the trust bank. In addition, a check book of 4 bank accounts was recovered. When asked about the source of the huge money at the time of the arrest of the accused, they could not give any reply or show any valid documents. Naib Subedar said they had confessed before the present magistrates that they had deposited huge sums of money for trafficking in front of the witnesses present. Mizanur Rahman filed the case. Therefore, it is necessary to inquire into the accused on remand to know the source of the money. On this day, the General Recording Officer (GRO) of the state prayed for SI Sheikh Rakibul Islam remand for police. On the other hand, lawyer Abdur Rahman Hawlader, on behalf of the accused, heard the remand on bail. But none of the accused has a bank account. Earlier, they were remanded for four days in a valid weapons case. So it is not reasonable to take them on remand. Taking them on remand means physically torturing them. After hearing both sides, the judge rejected the bail application and granted remand for four days. Earlier on September 27, the court had granted remand for the seven accused for four days. After the remand, on September 23, the court ordered the jail to be sent to jail. That day, their arrests were shown in the money laundering case

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