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Charge sheet submitted against Khalid Mahmud

  • Published at 01:56 pm February 23rd, 2020
Khalid Mahmud Bhuiyan
File photo: Police escort Jubo League leader Khalid Mahmud Bhuiyan inside Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court following a remand hearing on Thursday, September 19, 2019 Focus Bangla

Earlier, RAB filed another charge sheet against him under the Firearms Act

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of police has submitted a charge sheet against former organizing secretary of Awami Jubo League’s (Dhaka South) unit Khalid Mahmud Bhuiyan.

A money laundering case was filed against him and five others with Gulshan police station.

The investigation officer (IO) of the case submitted the charge sheet against the six accused to Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court on Sunday.

The other accused are--- Khalid's two bother Masud Mahmud Bhuiyan and Hasan Mahmud Bhuiyan, Harun-or-Rashid, Shahadat Hossain Uzzal and Muhammad Ullah.

Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Court’s General Recording Officer (GRO) and Gulshan police station Sub Inspector Rakibul Islam confirmed the matter to Dhaka Tribune.

Earlier on October 27, 2019, RAB 1 Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Belayet Hossain, also the investigation officer of the case, submitted another charge sheet against Khalid at the court of Metropolitan Magistrate Devdas Chandra Adhikary in a case filed under the Firearms Act.

On September 18, 2019, Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested Khalid from his Gulshan residence for allegedly running an illegal casino in the Dhaka’s Fakirapool area. 

The law enforcement agency also seized illegal weapons, yaba pills, and a huge amount of cash from his residence.

He was then handed over to Gulshan police station on September 19.

RAB filed total four cases with Gulshan and Motijheel police stations the following day under the Narcotics Control Act, Firearms Act, and Money Laundering Prevention Act.

Jubo League expelled Khalid for his alleged involvement in anti-social activities.