He was in police custody for 18 days in six different cases
A Narayanganj court on Saturday sent Mamunul Haque, former joint secretary general of Hefazat-e-Islam, to Kashimpur Central Jail on completion of his 18-day remand in six separate cases.
Senior Judicial Magistrate Kauser Alam issued the order after the Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) produced Mamunul before the court.
On April 18, a joint team of Tejgaon police and the DMP's Detective Branch arrested Mamunul from Jamia Rahmania Arabia Madrasah in Mohammadpur.
He was remanded for 18 days till June 5, in six different cases over rape, vandalism and Hefazat mayhem. Among them, three were filed by the district police, two by the CID and one by the PBI.
Mamunul, who has been in the limelight due to some recent controversies, was held with a woman, whom he claims to be his second wife, from a resort in Sonargaon on April 3.
Later, Hefazat leaders claimed that Mamunul went to the resort with his “second wife” where locals confined and harassed him before calling in the police.