The accused were navy’s former ball keepers Abdul Mannan and Ramjan Ali, said court sources.
Chittagong Metropolitan Police (CMP)’s Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) (prosecution) Nirmalendu Bikash Chawakrabarty told Dhaka Tribune that the court of Metropolitan Magistrate Abdul Kader passed one-day remand order against the duo after the hearing”.
“Earlier a court on Monday fixed Tuesday for hearing after the IO of the case produced them before the court with 10-day remand plea”, said ADC Nirmalendu.
At least six persons including military and civilians were critically injured in two bomb attacks in the mosques during Juma prayer inside the BNS Issa Khan Naval Base on December 18, 2015.
Ramjan and Mannan were arrested red handed from the spot in possession with the handmade grenades.
After nine months of the attack, a case was lodged with city’s EPZ police station on September 3, 2016 accusing five persons including Ramjan and Abdul Kader.
The bomb attack allegedly carried out by the banned Islamic militant outfit Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB).