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Cricketer Shahadat on 3-day remand

08 October 2015,Thursday, 14:53

A Dhaka court on Thursday placed Shahadat Hossain, a suspended National Cricket Team player, on a three-day remand in a case filed for torturing his domestic help.

Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Md Yusuf Hossain passed the order after rejecting a petition against the remand, submitted by Shahadat’s lawyer Kazi Mohammad Nazibullah Hiru.

Earlier on October 6, Shafiqur Rahman, officer-in-charge (investigation) of Mirpur Model Police and also the investigation officer of the case, sought a seven-day remand for Shahadat Hossain in the case.

On October 5, the court sent Shahadat to jail after rejecting the bail petition when he surrendered before it.

On October 4, police arrested Nitto Shahadat, wife of Sahadat Hossain, from Pabna Lane at Malibagh in the capital in connection with the case.

Later, a court sent her to jail rejecting her bail petition as well as the remand petition by the police.

The investigation officer of the case, Shafiqur Rahman, produced her before the court seeking 5-day remand.

The court also asked the investigation officer of the case to interrogate Nitto at the jail gate in the next three days, if needed.

On September6, Mahfuza Akhter Happy, 11, the domestic help of Shahadat’s residence, was found lying injured on a road in Sangbadik Colony area at Pallabi in Dhaka.

Happy claimed that Shahdat Hossain and his wife tortured her and the couple went into hiding following this.

On September 7, a journalist named Mojammel Hossain filed a case against Shahadat and her wife Nitto with Mirpur Model Police Station under the Women and Children Repression Prevention Act–2000.


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