According to police the madrasa student, in a Facebook video, used obscene language for the prime minister over the Mamunul controversy
Police on Sunday arrested a madrasa student from Chakaria for allegedly recording a video with derogatory comments on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and uploading it on Facebook.
The arrestee was identified as Md Nurul Ajad, 29, a third-year student of Amjadia Rafiqul Ulum Fazil Madrasa.
Cox’s Bazar Police Superintendent Hasanujjaman said Rafikul recorded a video using obscene language for the prime minister and Awami League’s factions regarding Saturday’s incident of Hefazat’s leader Maulana Mamunul Haque and his claimed wife at Sonargaon.
Later the accused uploaded the video on Facebook, added police.
A case has been lodged against the accused following the relevant law, confirmed Hasanujjaman.
On Saturday, Hefazat-e-Islam’s Joint Secretary General Mamunul Haque was detained with a woman in a resort room in Sonargaon whom he claimed to be his second wife.
Mahanagar Hefazat’s Secretary Ferdausur Rahman said Mamunul went to the resort with his second wife where the local Chatra League and Jubo League leaders confined and harassed him, before calling in the police
Later that day, supporters of Mamunul Haque went on the rampage in Narayanganj and vandalized the resort in Sonargaon from where he was detained.
At one point, they broke down the main gate of the resort and started a massive rampage entering the property.
As the situation was getting out of hand, police released Mamunul Haque to the demonstrating madrasa folks.
The saga of destruction continued yet after as the protestors blocked the Dhaka-Chittagong highway vandalized and set fire to the local Awami League office and Jubo League leader’s vehicle.