Anti-state cases have been filed against Hefazat-e-Islam Amir Junaid Babungari of Bangladesh and the leader of the Khilafah Council Maulana Mamunul Haque Gang for criticizing and threatening the statue. Supreme Court lawyers have applied for permission to the Ministry of Home Affairs to file cases. Zeeshan Mahmood.
The petition was filed with the ministry’s senior secretary on Sunday afternoon.
Md. Zeeshan Mahmud said government approval was needed as a prerequisite for becoming aware of allegations of sedition under Article 198 of the Criminal Procedure Code. Applications have been made to the Ministry of Interior for this.
The petition said that Maulana Mamunul Haque, leader of the Khilafah Council, on November 13 at an event in Dhaka, sharply criticized the making of the statue of the Bangabandhu Nation Father Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He warned the government that if it didn’t back down from its plans to build the statue, it would lead to another incident at Shapla Chattar and throw the statue away. On the other hand, Amir Junaid Babungari from Hefazat-e-Islam Bangladesh said during a meeting held in the courtyard of Hathazari Parbati High School in Chittagong on the night of November 26 that if a statue was made, it would be dragged away. Their arrogant statements have been widely publicized and disseminated in various national newspapers and electronic media in recent days.
The petition further said that their followers smashed their right hand and entire face and part of the hand under the statue being built in Kushtia of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the nation’s father recognized by the Constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
‘Bangabandhu is another name for Bangladesh, the nation’s father recognized by the constitution of the government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Hitting the Bangabandhu statue is tantamount to a conspiracy against a country called Bangladesh. With the direct help of Maulana Mamunul Haque and Junaid Babungari, the criminals hit the Bangabandhu statue. Maulana Mamunul Haque Gangra has committed offenses punishable under Article 123A / 124A / 505 of the Criminal Code for insulting, unacceptable to the people of Bangladesh and their arrogant statements and activities have been made with malicious intent to create disgust and hatred against the Government of Bangladesh. The lawyer stated in the application that he was interested in filing a case against Maulana Mamunul Haque in an appropriate manner as it would be considered a crime of treason.