A Cumilla court today placed Iqbal Hossain and three others on seven-day remand in a case filed for allegedly hurting the religious sentiments of Muslims on Facebook.
The other three accused are – Humayun Kabir, Ikram Hossain and Faisal Ahmed.
Police sources said during primary interrogation, they confessed to their involvement in placing the Holy Quran in the Nanuar Dighi puja mandap.
Cumilla Additional Superintendent of Police M Tanvir Ahmed told BSS that Cumilla Senior Judicial Magistrate Mithila Jahan Mita passed the remand order today.
The court granted them seven-day remand after Sub-Inspector Mofizul Islam, the investigation officer of the case, produced them before the court with a 10-day remand appeal.