Earlier, on September 30, the court issued an arrest warrant for him following a case probe report
A Dhaka court has ordered confiscation of the assets of Sefat Ullah alias “Sefuda,” a Bangladeshi expatriate in Austria, in a case lodged on charges of hurting the religious sentiments of Muslims.
Judge Mohammad Ash Shams Joglul Hossain of Cyber Tribunal issued the order on Tuesday, when police submitted a report to the court stating that they could not arrest Sefat Ullah.
Earlier, on September 30, the court issued an arrest warrant against him following a probe report in the case.
On September 10, Sub-inspector (SI) Partha Pratim Brahmachari of the Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit submitted the probe report against Sefuda in the case.
On April 23, advocate Alim Al Razi Jibon filed the case against Sefat Ullah under the Digital Security Act on charges of passing derogatory remarks about Muslims.
The advocate also accused him of using obscene words about Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, on Facebook and YouTube.