Mina Mahmuda, investigation officer of the murder case and Superintendent of Police of Police Bureau of Investigation, placed a 10-day remand plea for Khaled in the case
A Dhaka court has placed expelled organizing secretary of Jubo League’s Dhaka South unit Khalid Mahmud Bhuiyan on a seven-day remand in a double murder case filed with Khilgaon Police Station.
Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Atiqul Islam passed the order when police produced him before him on Wednesday, reports UNB.
Mina Mahmuda, investigation officer of the murder case and Superintendent of Police of Police Bureau of Investigation, placed a 10-day remand plea for Khaled in the case.
According to the case statement, criminals opened fire on money exchange trader Israel Hossain and his son Sharif Hossain Saimon and looted Tk38 lakh from them in the city’s Khilgaon area on September 4, 2014, leaving the latter dead and the former injured.
Saimon’s uncle Mujibur Rahman filed a case with Khilgaon Police Station against 3-4 unidentified muggers the following day.
Israel Hossain, who was the owner of Universal Money Exchange at Motijheel, died on September 1, 2016 while undergoing treatment for the injuries he suffered in the shooting.
Khalid, also the president of Fakirerpool Youngmen’s Club, was arrested from Gulshan on September 18 last by Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) members for running illegal casino in the club.
Three firearms – one of them illegal – along with bullets, and Yaba pills were seized from him.