Chhatra Dal leader granted bail for one day to attend mother’s funeral
Photo: Chhatra Dal leader Mostak Khan Chowdhury and his family members in front of the dead body of the mother.
Staff Reporter, Habiganj/
Mostak Khan Chowdhury Rumel, a senior member of Habiganj District Chhatra Dal, has been granted one-day bail to participate in his mother’s funeral. On Tuesday, Habiganj Chief Judicial Magistrate Court granted him one day bail on humanitarian grounds. At the same time, the court ordered him to surrender himself in court on Wednesday (December 21). After getting bail, Chhatra Dal leader Mostak Khan Chowdhury led the second prayer of the mother.
The lawyer of the case, Advocate Gulzar Ahmed Khan, said that in a political case, Mostak Khan Chowdhury Rumel was arrested on November 16 and sent to jail. He was arrested in an anti-terrorism case by the police. But he was not an accused in that case. After his arrest, he was added to the case as an unknown accused. Syeda Ferdous Jahan (68), the mother of this Chhatra Dal leader, died at North East Medical Hospital in Sylhet on Monday (December 20) at 1:30 am.
A bail application was filed in the Chief Judicial Magistrate’s court on Tuesday on humanitarian grounds. In view of this, on Wednesday (December 21), he was ordered to surrender himself to the court and granted a one-day bail. Mostak Khan Chowdhury’s bail hearing is scheduled for Thursday (December 22) in the case.
According to family sources, Mostak Khan Chowdhury led the second prayer of his mother in Shatamukha village of Baniachang upazila after being released from Habiganj prison on Tuesday afternoon.
Meanwhile, Central BNP cooperative affairs secretary and former mayor of Habiganj municipality, Alhaj GK Gouch, sought the bail of Mostak Khan Chowdhury and said that this Chhatra Dal leader has been arrested falsely and conspiratorially. He was arrested and sent to prison for serving political interests. Due to which he could not be near his mother at the time of her death. He needs to be granted permanent bail at this time.